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Can't get rotor off

Took pads off rotors were bad took the piece that holds caliper on now the rotor will not come off beat with hammer no luck released emergency brake no luck

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There is a "keeper" on the rotor. i felt like a dummy banging the stupid thing to come off until I realized it had one. Just take it off and the Rotor should come off easily.

Posted on Nov 03, 2009

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    steven s Nov 03, 2009

    Just to clarify, it is a bolt on the rotor

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Remove the keeper on the lug bolts, heat with torch and spray with cold water, turn all the way one way and beat with rubber hammer, keep rotating and hitting with hammer, it will come off keep hitting it.

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