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2003 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution 8 brake discs

Hi im changing my rear disc i have taken the pads & calliper off and the disc still wont come off is there any thing else holding it on? there does not seem to be and didn't have this probablem when i did the front, as soon as the pads were out the disc was loose

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