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2004 jeep trying to remove rotor and its not coming off..any advise

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Hammer on it til it busts loose. It probably just has a bunch of build up around the center and lug holes. Just smack around each side until it comes loose. It won't hurt nothin. Hope this helps.

Posted on Mar 17, 2011


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