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Yes spary a little wd40 around center andtap with hammer, you may have to remove caliper mounting bracket,depending onbrake setup, but hard to do.make sure you do one side at a time,if you have a problem putting back youll have other side to look at.also clean and grease caliper slide, hope this helps good luck.

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Once you remove the calipers and the brackets that hold them onto the spindle the rotors come right off
four bolts total per side. Easy as pie!!!

Posted on Oct 04, 2009

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