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Replace brake rotor on 2004 ranger 4x4?

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2012-05-08 01:20:36
2012-05-08 01:20:36

Good luck nobody seems to know been looking for about a year. Ive heard all you need to do is remove the pads and the rotor will just slide off. Ill bet you have electronic activated four wheel drive.

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