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Can not remove the rotors on 1994 chevy 2500 4x4 pu truck big block 8 lug

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You have to remove the entire hub assembly from the steering knuckle pound the wheel studs out of the hub and remove the rotor from the back of the hub if you havent done it before take it to a shop to have it done its a big job!

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