How do you remove the rotors on a 1992 ford aerostar?"
The front wheels have abs sensors if applicable. The sensors would be mounted to the spindles not the rotors.
It depends on which way the rotors are slanted.
the rotors are front mounted brake (pads) and the rear are usually the spring type ..also known as(shoes)
mounted to the front hubs remove calipers and rotors follow the wire that runs to the hub
Rotors may not be balanced, calpiers may be installed incorrectly, tires may be out of balance or mounted wrong, wheels may be bent, steering linkage may be worn out or loose.
If your rotors need turned (nowadays it's usually better to replace them, and some can not be turned at all), take them to a shop that has the proper equipment. They can look up the specs.
You make sure electricity use you have is proper good, and you equipment new purchase.
Some do ;just ask your parts supplier to pull the rotor out of the box and check for you.
The minimum thickness for the rear rotors on a 2006 Dodge Grand Caravan is 0.44 inches. When they have worn beyond this point, they must be replaced for proper braking power.
It is 80 lb/ft. Do not torque any higher or you will warp the rotors.
Undetermined. All helicopters have 2 rotors; usually a Main Rotor and a Tail Rotor. So, I assume you meant 2 Main Rotors of same diameter.Boeing Ch-47 Chinook - One rotor mounted in the front over the cockpit and one rotor in the rear.V-22 Osprey - Both rotors are mounted on engine pods mounted at the tips of the wings. The engines rotate from helicopter mode to airplane mode. This helicopter just went into operational service after years of development.There are helicopters with no tail rotor. It has two rotors on top. One going clockwise the other going counter clockwise. Called Coaxial rotors or co-rotors are a pair of helicopter rotors mounted one above the other on concentric shafts. The military ones look like jets so even with jet engines. Very nasty looking helicopters.They are much faster and can turn and maneuver much faster. You can look it up. Helicopters with Coaxial rotors. I do not mean the ones with the fan in the tail. These just have wings on the tail.The other one is the NOTAR is the name of a helicopter anti-torque system which replaces the use of a tail rotor. Developed by McDonnell Douglas Helicopter Systems (through their acquisition of Hughes Helicopters), the name is an acronym derived from the phrase no tail rotor but uses air to keep the copter from spinning.