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How do you remove the rotor on a 1994 f150?

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2005-12-23 14:51:40
2005-12-23 14:51:40

2 or 4wh dr if its a 2 first jack it up take wheel off then unbolt caliper put a c-clamp over caliper and pads pushing piston back into caliper then it all justs pops off

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