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1990 6 cyl. pickup (Toyota). removed rotor and wheel hub...cannot seperate rotor from hub...is there another retention ring on the hub?

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Not sure on this ,look carefully because it might be a complete unit ,if their isnt two screws on the front of the brake disk then its a complete unit ,Have you bought the disks yet?? check them out if you have to look for the answer

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