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Hub 4x4 how do you remove the rotor on a 1990 chevy surburban with 4x4 system

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You need to remove the locking hub on the outside in the middle then you need a special axle nut removing tool you can get at any parts store for about 10.00 then the whole hub will slide off with rotor, make sure and pay attention to the nut, washer and other nut that need to be removed as there is a pi in one of them so the nuts wont loosen and come off while driving!

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