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On a 1995 chevrolet 2500 4wd what size nut holds on your rotor

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The rotors on chevrolets are held on by the caliper and the lug nuts. You do not have to remove the cv shaft nut. Remove the wheel, remove the caliper bracket with caliper, and there may be a little retaining clip on one of the lugnut studs. Break this off, and discard(you don't need to replace), and the rotor will come right off, and on occasion will need persuasion from the **** end of a hammer, or a dead-blow hammer, or such. Again, removing the cv/driveshaft retaining nut will not do you any good, and must be replaced with each removal.

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