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Old 05-03-2010, 12:23 PM
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97 f350 brakes

so i went to the local auto store and bought some front rotors and pads. well the pads were right and i belive the rotors are wrong. the ones they gave me were hubless and i belive the ones i need are hubbed, correct? these were the only ones that were called for my truck. it is a 4x4 diesel cc. any help would be greatly appreciated. hubed or hubledd rotor and how to r&r
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Old 05-03-2010, 05:57 PM
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You need to press off the hub..then reinstall it and the studs. Use a pres or you can use a brass hammer and a nut on the stud flushed and pound it out..use some PB blaster first and let it soak. Then use the hammer to reinstall.
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so the hubless rotor is right?
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