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I have an 2008 4x4 avalanche, I need to replace

I have an 2007 4x4 avalanche, I need to replace the Rotors, but the braket covering the rotor, I can not loosen the bolts o remove this, I broke sockets and breaker bar. Does this braket not come off or am I missing something ?

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It will come off try heating the area where the thread is with a small hand held torch it probably has loctite on it get the thread area hot and it should come out.

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