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How do you get the front rotors off a 2002 Dodge Ram 350?

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You need a puller I bought a hydralic 12 ton puller .the bearings are hard to get unstuck my bearing broke In two had to purchase some long bolts to screw into the back half of the bearing to connect the puller get it out of the steering knuckle you must fisrt remove the bearing bolts from the back of the knuckle the 12 point head bolts

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