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First remove tire. Second remove two bolts on caliper and remove caliper. Third if the rotor is loose, take it off. If rotor is tight you willl need to hit it with a hammer between the studs to break it free of the rust behind it. You do not need to remove axle nut, or wheel bearing.

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