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My gandpa has a drw 02 dodge when doing the brakes does the entire rear hub and axles have to come off or will the roter just slide over it thanks

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Pop a wheel off and look. Can't tell ya otherwise. Never worked one with rear discs.

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I will probably end up doing that but I am just trying to figure it out so that I can get the parts togeather and I dond no if I need greas seals or not

2004 ford F350 6.0L 6 speed manual,SCT live wire,south bend double disk clutch,short throw shifter fx4. Costome exhaust 4 inch turbo back to 5" homade stacks, banjo bolt mod, shimed regulator,custom leveling kit (not blocks) and air lift air bags with onbord air suply TRADED FOR

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