Do you see a flat head bolt holding it on? If so, that bolt must be removed first. Normally there are two of them to remove, then you thread in a pair of metric bolts to push against the hub and pull the rotor off, but I only see one such hole in the photos and I can't tell if that hole is threaded. With that type of rotor, banging on it usually doesn't work to get it off.
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Sunday, March 20th, 2011 AT 10:48 PM