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I need to remove rear rotors for turning from 2001 sequoia

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There's 2 8mm tapped holes in rotor drum. Put in bolt in each one and turn until rotor breaks loose. I did mind tonite. Easlier than trying to pound them off.

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Remove brake calipers first then remove rotors make sure emergency brake is released

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