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Do i need to remove the locking nut in the middle of the rotor (fronts) to remove the entire rotor 2006 ford f150

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I'm taking for granted that the truck is 4wd.. No, just remove the caliper and anchor plate and remove the rotor. sometimes they are really stuck on there, I have had to use a good rust buster like JB80 and a heavy composite mallet

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