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Have a 93 ford explorer and want to change rotors and brake pads, have done a number of these on different vehicles but have not seen a set up like this, how to you go about changing rotor's on this vehicle??

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All you might need to rock the rotor/hub back & forth at the same time you use a magnet or pick. It should come out.

Good luck and be careful.

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