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Front brake roter how to get it off 3/4 ton - 1999 Chevrolet Suburban

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I had to do this on my K2500 4X4 not too long ago. It was a bit of a pain. You will need to rent a special puller. They can be found at most part places. The hub and rotor come off as a single unit. Once you pull the hub, the rotor is bolted to the hub from the back side.

Autozone, and AllDatadiy have really good diagrams and instructions.

When you put everything back together. make sure to repack the bearing and torque it down correctly.

Hope this helps

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It requires a special pullerthat you can rent at autozone.

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