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Trying to change the rotars on my 1991 mitsubishi mirage and there is a plate in between the wheel and the rotar that i cant figure out how to get off

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You will need a puller to remove the hub from the spidle, and the rotor bolts on from the rear. or remove the spindle assembly and have a machine shop do it for your, a better idea since the wheel bearing will have to be inspected as well

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