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What do i need to be removed to get tothe dust

What do i need to be removed to get to the dust plate stone guard on rear brakes

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You need to remove the disk rotor

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The wheel, caliper, and rotor and maybe the anchor/mount for the caliper. two bolts

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Here is the procedure so you can determine your abilities...


The wheel bearings are only removed if they are worn. They cannot be removed without destroying them (due to side thrust created by the bearing puller). They are not periodically disassembled, repacked and adjusted.
  1. Remove the wheel and support the car. Remove the attaching bolts and remove and suspend the brake caliper, hanging it from the body so as to avoid putting stress on the brake line.
  2. Remove the setscrew with an Allen wrench. Pull off the brake disc and pry off the dust cover with a small prybar.
  3. Using a chisel, knock the tab on the collar nut away from the shaft. Unscrew and discard the nut.
  4. Pull off the bearing with a puller set such as 31 2 101/102/104 and discard it. On the M3, use a puller set such as 31 2 102/105/106. On the M3, install the main bracket of the puller with 3 wheel bolts.
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  2. Reverse the remaining removal procedures to install the disc and caliper. Torque the wheel hub collar nut to 210 ft. lbs. (290 Nm). Lock the collar nut by bending over the tab.

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