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Help...i cant get my rotor off.seems to fixed in somehow.i cant just pull on i need a special tool or something?

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  • rigger094 Oct 15, 2010

    sorry man,i wasnt clear.i meant distributor rotor



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I assume you mean your brake disc rotor....if it is front, you may have to tap it with a hammer around the circumference until it is loose, it is common for the disc to rust itself to the hub........if it is the rear, then this is a different story...i also assume that you have removed the brake caliper and associated components

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