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What is the minimum thickness for a front rotor on a 2wd 2005 dodge ram

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They should just come off. but may need some hammer to assist. they tend to rust up like most other rotors. nothing special needed.

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SOURCE: 2005 Dodge Grand Caravan, 3.8L with rear disc

Its minimum thickness must be 22mm but the specified size is 25.4mm which would fit in perfectly

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SOURCE: what is the minimum thickness on the front rotors

Minimum thickness is 27.9mm or 1.09"...... I dont know what "run off limit" means? It doesnt matter, the minimum is the minimum, period.

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Fig. 2: A correct final rotor finish 88479g84.gif
Fig. 3: Location of the rotor minimum thickness marking 88479g91.gif
Fig. 4: Exploded view of a rotor mounting to the hub — 4WD Dakota models shown 88479g90.gif
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