Question about 1998 Mitsubishi Eclipse
Once you have the tire, and brake assembly off (should be two bolts behind caliper) simply pull it off - sometimes if they've been on a while, you'll need to tap them from behind - if you're using these still, do it with a soft hammer (rubber) - or hit the back side with your hand.
They should come right off.
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