Is this a 2wd or 4wd vehicle.(It makes a difference). These rotors are no fun to take off!You have to remove the caliper, if its 2wd the rotor unbolts from behind. There is 4 bolts to take off.(I think there 15mm)after unbloting it you will have to pound the rotor off with a hammer, if its 4wd you have to remove the center axle nut. After the rotor is off unbolt the wheel bearing from the rotor. Take extra care when pounding the rotor off, you could damage the abs sensor and hub.I know this sounds easy to remove but there not.
Tuesday, November 25th, 2008 AT 10:15 AM