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Draw out bolts for brake rotor

I see there is two holes in rotor looks like for drawing out rotor what size bolt is this or is there a tool i need to get to pull rotors off?

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Normally the holes are threaded and are there to aid in removing the rotors if they have rusted up or over heated and warped most bolts are 10 MM and need to be about one inch long, be sure to have the pad retainers off before removing.

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