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97 Ford F- 150 4WD


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07-01-02, 07:10 AM   #1  
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97 Ford F- 150 4WD

Can anyone tell me how to remove the front rotors. I pulled the caliper and the caliper mount. I also pulled the axle nut but it will not move. It just does not want to move. Any help will be greatly appreciated.
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07-01-02, 08:12 AM   #2  
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Rotor removal

Wingplow,

I have an idea there is another spindle nut. Take a rag and a screw driver, poke the rag in between the spindle and the rotor and use the screw driver to spin the rag around the spindle to clean out all of the grease. Then look inside the opening with a flashlight. You should find a retaining clip or half-ring that has to be removed and then a second nut and large washer that has to be removed. The rotor should come right off then. Let me know your progress.

Mike

 
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07-01-02, 09:26 AM   #3  
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Check the autolibrary.org link in my signature file.

I just quickly checked...they have the R&R procedure for the rotors and everything else in there.

 
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