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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-27-2007, 10:58 PM Thread Starter
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rotor replacement

OK, Maybe I'm stupid, but maybe not, I have never done this on a dodge before. Got the spindle nut off, but can't get the stupid rotor off the truck, what am I missing, or am I just a sissylaugh I just don't want to break anything, or ruin anything. Who can help?

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I made a puller for mine out of an old rim center and some allthread for my 98 3500 maybe thats all you need
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Well, I also found out that you have to take the back 4 bolts off to get them off alsolaugh so now I got those off, so I am going to get a puller from work to get them off.

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I am working on getting mine apart in the same place I think, the bearing and hub won't come off mine, I have a big three leg puller on it now, pulled it hard as we cold with a pull handle and the thing will not move at all!?! Any suggestions on this, I guess we are going to build something tomorrow to try and pull this with!!! I will go with any info given on this one also!!! I don't wanna break any more stuff than I have too. But i did get those four bolts out of the back!!!

well any suggestions, stupid bearing and hug would be stuck!

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Heat and penetraing oil will be your best friends here. Along with the BFH you can fit in there to swing.
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Exactly what bouncer said. I use an Oxy propane or Oxy Acetylene torch to supply the heat. Works for any thing you have to get serious about.
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