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Hi I have a ford transit 04 2.4 chassis cab TDIC HOW TO FIT DICS

Hi I have a ford transit 04 2.4 chassis cab TDIC 135 PS Rear wheel drive.
How do I fitt brake discs
Do I remove caliper. Remove hub assembley. Remove hub bolts that screws into disc. Press out inner hub. Fitt new disc and assemble in reverse order.
I noticed that the inner hub is supported with two bearings the outer bearing seems to have a bolt on housing.
I have looked for manuals or fitting instructions on the net I have a press etc Regards


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Hi you need a very large socket i think its 65 12 corner, and yes u have to take disc of hub etc.

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