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HOW DO YOU REMOVE THE ROTORS TO CUT THEM? DO THEY USE THE HUB? DO YOU PRESS THEM APART? THANKS DOUG
 

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WENT TO CHEVY DEALER HE PRINTED OFF 24 PAGES. THREE DIFFERENT DOCUMENTS. HE SAID LABOR WAS 4 HOURS
 

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haven't changed mine yet, but they may have that small layer of sealer around where the rotor meets the hub, may have to chip it off to get rotors to free up off the hub!
 

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OH,BY THE WAY THE DEALER CUTS THEM ON THE TRUCK. HAVEN'T SEEN ONE OF THOSE IN YEARS
 

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Realy? By cut you mean they're turning the rotors while still on the vehicle?
 

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yes sir,to remove them you must remove axel nut, brake sensor,pull the steering knucle,then the hub,and then the rotor. looks like something ford would do
 

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At first I thought he ment have them slotted, as in drilled, and slotted. I can't see a dealer doing that though. so he must mean turning.
 
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