Question about Ford Bronco
Once the wheel is off, there should be two caliper bolts that you will need to remove. Once you remove those, rotate the caliper out of the way, DO NOT let it hang down by the brake line, tie it up to the frame with a piece of wire, bungee cord, or something similar. The rotor should just pull off the wheel studs now. There are no other bolts holding it on. It may take some light taps to the rear of the rotor with a rubber mallet.
Posted on Mar 23, 2011
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