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2001 Dodge 3500 Front Brakes

To take rotor off do the bolts that hold the assembly on the hub turn opposite than normal?

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    Got it broke loose!!!

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Hello
Welcome to FY.
Your caliper bolts turn right to loosen left to tighten.
RD

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