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How to bget rotors off 1998 ford f250 4x4?

Got calipers off how to bget rotors off?

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Alot of penetrating oil and a big sledge hammer. I replaced mine at 80000 and they were seized on there big time

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If you got the calipers off, then the rotor should just pull straight off.

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