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Hyundai accent 1996 1.5 brake disc's

I want to change over the brake discs, but the front part (with the four threads on it) wont come away as it seems to be shouldered to something.

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To remove the disc, first remove the two retaining screws that hold the disc in place. Thenthread two 8mm bolts into the other two holes and tighten alternately a little at a time until disc is free. Good luck, Techjoel

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