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Rear rotors need to be changed out

Rear rotors worn out. Need to change rotors out.

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Remove the wheel, use a large c-clamp to bottom out the caliper pistons,remove the caliper bolts,remove the caliper, hang it from a coathanger to protect the brakeline, unbolt the rotor and, remove

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