Question about 2006 Chevrolet Uplander
I'm trying to replace my rotors and can't figure out how they come off?? Any suggestions?
As far as the rotors are concerned, it looks like the standard set-up,
where the wheel is the only thing holding it on, although the calipers
would also have to come off to remove them completely. Pretty sure that
the "K2" mentioned on this page would be referring to the K2500 3/4-ton.
They may of course be a little sticky, as is often the case after being on for a few years, in which case a few raps with a hammer around the flange will usually loosen it. Be careful not to hit the studs and damage the threads.
There does appear to be another style (K3) that would require a puller like this;
but I'm thinking that would only apply to the 1-ton, where the hub and rotor are a single assembly, and that tool is used to push the axle stub out.
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