The only thing that's difficult about replacing the rotors is taking apart the hub. There's a lot of c-clips and parts, when I did it the first time without a manual is take one part out at a time and put it all in a row in the order you removed it. If it still has the stock automatic hubs it's got a c ring that's a pain to get out but it's easy from there.
Then when you get it all out, bearings and all the hub just pulls off. Then depending on the rotors you get, you need to hammer out the studs and put the hub housing on the new rotor and make sure the studs are hammered back flush. If you need help I'll keep an eye on this post and walk you through it. Good luck and let me know how it goes.
Wednesday, January 30th, 2008 AT 9:17 PM