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We are trying to replace the rotors and can not get the old one off any suggestions

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If there is too bolt holes on the rotor those are press on put two bolts that fit in those holes and tighten them down going back and forth a little on each one after about 15 turns each the rotor will pop off . they are press back on buk replaceing the tire and tighting the lugnuts to torque

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After removing caliper and caliper mounting bracket, on the rotor close to the wheel studs there will be one or two small screws remove and slide rotor off, some time you will need to knock them out with a hammer.

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