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There should be two phillips head screws in each rotor. They can be stubborn to get out. I use a manual impact screwdriver on mine and they come out fairly easy. After the screws are out, they should pop off. If not, a couple of taps with a rubber mallet will usually do the trick.

I am assuming that you have removed the caliper already?

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