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Removing front brake rotors.

How do I remove the front brake rotors on my 03' F350? Do I have to remove the whole hub or can just the rotor be removed? If anyone has pictures or a diagram they could share that would be great.

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How do I remove the front brake rotors on my 03' F350? Do I have to remove the whole hub or can just the rotor be removed? If anyone has pictures or a diagram they could share that would be great.

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What you need to do is, jack up the truck put it on jack stands. Remove the tire, then remove the caliper and caliper mount. Then the rotor will slide off the lugs.


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What you need to do is, jack up the truck put it on jack stands. Remove the tire, then remove the caliper and caliper mount. Then the rotor will slide off the lugs.
I know the steps but when I get to the rotor, it does not slide off and I can't see any set-up for a puller and I have put a bar to it but it does not budge.

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give it a couple smacks it will come off ......i do my brakes all the time and its just like mentioned above tires calipers and slide off disk

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I've smacked the hell out of them and not budging. I guess I'll have to come up with some way of pulling them off. At this point I could not even tell if they would come off with out removing the hubs.

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Is this a 2wd truck.


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get a bigger hammer..........but on a serious note you really dont need to take the hubs off ....have you tried spraying with wd-40?

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Is this a 2wd truck.
It is a 4X4 03' F350 SRW.

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get a bigger hammer..........but on a serious note you really dont need to take the hubs off ....have you tried spraying with wd-40?
Havn't put any WD-40 on them but I'll give it a squirt when I try to remove them this Sat.

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Yea, shouldnt be THAT hard, lube (WD-40) them up .
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