Question about 2000 Chevrolet Astro
Unfortunately the rotors on the astro have an integrated hub, so you have to pull the whole thing, the just is just like changing wheel bearings.
Remove the wheel, remove the caliper, remove the dust cap, cotter pin and then remove the axel nut. Be sure to install new grease seals.
This is a good time to replace the wheel bearings, if you don't you should knock the old raced out of the old rotors and install in the new rotors with your old bearings.
Hope this help.
Posted on Feb 15, 2011
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