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I'm replacing my rear rotors on a 2005 grand Cherokee Laredo. I just want to know if the 05 grand Cherokee Laredo has loose fitting rear rotors or will I have to pull it as an assembly, consequently having to replace seals and possibly bearings?

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Check with a parts house and see if both vehicles have the same part # for rear rotors. If they do you will be fine. Don't try "adapting" stuff in brake systems...It's difficult and dangerous. Rotors even new are not that expensive!

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