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While removing the rear wheel, I broke a stud. How do I remove the rotor to get at the broken stud to remove and replace it? It is a 2005 Suzuki Verona. Thanks

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  • fishinggreg Apr 22, 2010

    What holds the rotor on? I have changed the brake pads (SUPER easy!), but the rotor is on tight. What am I overlooking on this rear wheel?

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  • fishinggreg Apr 23, 2010

    yes, it was. Thank you. Rotor is off, bolt removed. Thanks alot!!!!

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The rotor can be removed by removing the brake caliper,and it`s bracket,then the rotor will slide off easy,then just tap the broken stud inward,and it will come out the back.To install the new stud,put it in from the back,then using a lug nut screw it on by hand,then use a socket and 1/2 ratchet,or pull bar,to tighten the lug nut down until it pulls threw .

Posted on Apr 22, 2010

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    Ronny Bennett Sr. Apr 23, 2010

    You might have some screws in the rotor,look,inbetween the lug bolts,if there are none,then if everything is off,and out of the way hit the rotor all the way around the rotor to jar it loose,use a 2x4 piece of wood,or put the wood on the rotor and hit it hard,if it has screws they will have to be removed,maybe two or three of them.

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