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2011-07-05 23:41:30
2011-07-05 23:41:30

1) Take off the wheel.

2) Take off the brake assembly (2 bolts located torward the engine of the car)

3) Make sure brake assembly is secured so it doesn't just dangle... use a bungie cord to hold it to the strut

4) The rotor is right there.


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