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Removal

Remove the front disc brake caliper anchor plate. On 4x4 vehicles, remove the brake disc. On 4x2 vehicles, remove the brake disc and hub as follows: Remove the hub grease cap. Remove the cotter pin. Remove the nut retainer. Remove the spindle nut. Remove the front wheel outer bearing retainer washer. Remove the outer front wheel bearing. Remove the brake disc and hub.

Remove the wheel hub grease seal. Remove the inner front wheel bearing.

Installation

On 4x4 vehicles, position the brake disc. Clean the brake disc. Position the brake disc. On 4x2 vehicles thoroughly clean and inspect the front wheel bearings and the brake disc and hub.

On 4x2 vehicles, lubricate the front wheel bearings. On 4x2 vehicles, install a new wheel hub grease seal. Install the inner front wheel bearing. Install a new wheel hub grease seal.

On 4x2 vehicles, install the brake disc and hub. Position the brake disc and hub. Install the outer front wheel bearing. Install the front wheel outer bearing retainer washer. Install the spindle nut.

NOTE: On 4x2 vehicles, rotate the brake disc and hub while adjusting front wheel bearing end play.

Tighten the spindle nut. Loosen the spindle nut two turns. Tighten the spindle nut while rotating the brake disc counterclockwise. Loosen the spindle nut. Tighten the spindle nut.

On 4x2 vehicles, install the following components: nut retainer cotter pin hub grease cap

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Removing Front & Rear Rotors


I remove my Front & Rear Rotors out of my 1998 Ford Expedition XLT.
I rented a 3 Jaw Puller from Auto Zone and a bottle of PB Blaster and a sledge hammer it only took about one hour or less to take both off...
The way I removed the Front & Rear Rotors was ...
1. I put lots of PB Blaster in the back and the front of the rotors to be removed.
2. I put plenty of tension with the 3 Jaw Puller...
3. I hit the back of the rotor with the sledge hammer while rotating rotor...
And it came right off...
Hope this helps...

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