you need a slide hammer since the rotor is attached to the hub, which is pressed into the wheel bearing. I don't recommend even thinking about trying this! Even if you do get the hub out of the bearing, you will probably damage the wheel bearing when you try to put it back in. I have a 98 Elantra, and please take my advice. GET RID OF IT!!!
Take it to the dealer... :) Seriously. I had a 1998 elantra, and I believe up until 1999 they used what are called "captive" rotors. Basically meaning you have to disassemble the hub in order to remove the rotor. It's a royal PITA and I would highly recommend it not be attempted without thorough instructions.
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