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Where is the clip that releases the rotor for it to be replaced

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  • clarke_kc Apr 23, 2010

    the rear one

  • A Miller May 11, 2010

    what rotor???

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There is no clip, you may just have to hit the rotor hard with a hammer to losen it off the hub because it is rusted on

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