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Old 08-18-2014, 11:41 PM   #1
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Is it possible to remove the rotors without taking apart the caliper and pads?


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NoWay, caliper clamps around rotor. Easy to take off and move to the side.

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NoWay, caliper clamps around rotor. Easy to take off and move to the side.

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Okay I was wondering because there's 4 bolts the top ones that remove the caliper from the bracket and the the bottom one that releases tht bracket from the rotor ... So I was guessing if I took the bottoms one without the taking the top ones the caliper would come out with the bracket and pads together


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Should be two bolts that holds the caliper to the spindle. One up by your strut bolts (where it bolts to the spindle) and one a bit lower


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That is correct, 2 bolts not 4. And you need to slide the caliper off to get the rotor off.
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Rotor won't come off without the caliper bracket removed. It takes all of 2 minutes to take apart a caliper.
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