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post #16 of 18 (permalink) Old 05-08-2019, 04:12 PM
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For those that have to use a sledge hammer to get your rotors and wheels off, can I suggest putting anti-seize on the mating surfaces when you put everything back together?
Makes it WAY easier next time.
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Oh, sure, Bob. Pull the thread back on track why don't ya? Just after the Moderator has got it nicely drifting sideways...


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Oh, sure, Bob. Pull the thread back on track why don't ya? Just after the Moderator has got it nicely drifting sideways...

Very similar to my autocross driving style actually...

...and I figured most would use a rubber mallet on the rotors.


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