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I'm having trouble getting rear rotors off of a 1999 F350 4x4 dually. I can't figure out how to get the snap ring off.

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Snap ring? Its a full floater! Take bolts off end of shaft pull shaft out,remove bearing lock nut (the correct socket works so sweet!), pull hub and rotor off, The studs hold the rotor to hub or some have external torx bolts that hold it to the hub.Remove those and you may need to tap hard with a hammer to separate. Where is that snap ring?
You will need new seals,and studs are a good idea,how do those parking brake shoes look?

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