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How do you remove the rotor assembly on a 2002 Ford Expedition is it free floating?

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2015-07-15 21:32:53
2015-07-15 21:32:53

On a 4-wheel drive it is free floating and on a 2-wheel drive you have to remove the axle nut and bearings. From what I have heard in the ford forums is the 4-wheel drive free floating can be hard to remove if they get rusted in place so be sure to have a rubber mallot on hand. I just replaced my front rotors on my 2-wheel drive and it was real easy to get off.

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