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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
yes they should come off unless they are stuck. this is where the problem arises. if the rotors are stuck. what you can do is slam the whole piece where the rotor is on a block of wood so that it won't be damaged. but the rotor would not be touching the wood. let the weight of the rotor force itself off it's holder.
as it comes off, you could notice the rust that have caused it to stuck.
clean it thoroughly before assembling back.
i hope i was able to help,
Posted on Aug 17, 2008
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they are slide off rotors take caliper off then bracket.i will need a big hammer these rotor get rusted on the hub .smack around outside rotor till they loosen up some times they are very hard to get lose.
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
you must remove the brake caliper and the brakes next the bracket that was holding the caliper must be removed there are two big bolts holding it on once that is removed use a hammer and tap the rotor off when you replace the rotor use never seize and the two big bolts shood be lock tight you can pick up never seize and lock tight ( blue) hope this helps good luck
Posted on Apr 23, 2011
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