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Jack up the truck and brace it with a wheel chock. Place at least 2 jack stands to support the weight of the vehicle. The wheels need to be removed. The calipers need to be removed and supported by something other than the hose to the caliper. You may want to use a rubber mallet and beat on the rotors. You may need to remove part of the 4 wheel drive hub first. Check carefully all around to see if there are any places that cause as a hang up.

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