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Front or rear?
For front: Remove wheel/tire
Remove brake caliper - two bolts usually with internal hex heads (think big Allen wrench)
Lift caliper (which holds pads) out of the way and support it so it doesn't "hang" by the brake hose (you may have to tap it with a hammer)
Once the caliper is out of the way, the disc (also called a "rotor") should slide off the hub. Unless it's rear wheel drive. In that case, you'll need to remove the small center hubcab, remove the cotter pin from its hole in the spindle, then remove the large packing nut. The outer bearing can then be removed and the rotor can then be removed.

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