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Question Details Asked:Jan 13, 2009 - 02:44 PMStatus:Closed
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You will need to compress the caliper, use a large c-clamp, then remove the appox. 4 bolts, then pull the caliper and bracket off, then you can pull the rotor off, then reverse, but grease the caliper bolts when you put them in.
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