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Rear brake rotor what holding it on (not the clips on studs)

Back rotor will not come off

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Did you take the caliper off?

Could be rust or corrosion, try a solvent like liquid wrench or use WD40 around the axle and the lug nut studs. Let it soak in then a few taps with a hammer.
Common problem for drums and calipers to seize/rust around the axle and lug nut studs. Clean it up with a wire brush before you install the new/same one. A light film of grease dosen't hurt either.

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Okay, remove the wheel then remove the brake caliper and move to side do not allow to hang on the brake hose, use a hook to hang off spring or set aside. next remove the caliper bracket, two bolts at rear of bracket to remove it.
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NOTE: the way the brake rotor was designed was a bad one the hub in which the rotor slides over and the wheel studs slide into holes on the rotor is bad the hub diameter is almost the same size as the diameter of the seat of the rotor that slide over the hub and what happens is sometimes the rust build up on the rotor seat locks the brake rotor on the hub. i do not know if you are reusing the rotors or replacing them, no sure what job you are doing . the rotors to take off you will need to tap on the rear of them with a little force and turn, hit and turn. you will need to see if they break free or if hard beating and spraying into the rear of them is needed with wd40.
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