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What socket or drive is required to remove the front brake rotor

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    You do not remove the large nut in the center of the rotor to remove the rotor.

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The 30mm axle nut does NOT get removed to remove a rotor. The 17mm caliper bolts must be removed to removed the caliper, and the rotor will come right off.

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