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I am trying to rplace the right rear brake rotor on my 1997 Audi A4 Quatro. I have it all apart but the rotor will not slide off the axle even after I removed the hub bolt. Do I need a puller? And, if I use a puller, will I damage the axle? Bob

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It should just slide off if the caliper and carrier are off. Try hitting the sides of the "hat" (the center section where the lug bolt holes are) with a hammer - it's probably just seized. When you reassemble everything, be sure that end axle bolt gets proper torque (140 ft-lbs plus a 180-degree turn).

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