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Brake problems..

started smoking from the right back wheel yesterday.. we started taking the breaks apart, found some burned "gaskets"(pressing the pads) but we want to take eveything apart to make sure there isn't more problems.. but didn't get much further than what the pictures show..

how do we get the disk of?? Haynes says "pull it right out..", but it's stuck, stuck, stuck.. what are we doing wrong?

sorry about the lousy pics..

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use a large hammer to knock it loose hit it in the area where the rust is on the drum area in 4places till it starts to free up at the studs DONT hit it where the pads ride

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Hit the brake rotor 10x inbetween each wheel stud. It'll pop off. Some PB Blaster wouldn't hurt either.

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ok! thanks! we'll keep on hitting it!
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Yes! A larger hammer and more violence did it! It's off!
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Drill and tap 2 holes between opposite studs and thread a bolt in to press the rotor off. Drill just through the rotor but not the hub, grind a drill to bottom and use a bottoming tap or grind a little thread off the starting end of the bolt.

Same with hub centered wheels. Add a 5/16 threaded hole for bolts to remove the wheels when you forget the no-seize.

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Get some lube and a good mallet.

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Make sure to change the rubber flex hoses on both rear calipers or all 4 calipers, as this is the no.1 cause of most calipers sticking closed. The internal cavity of the rubber hoses can deteriorate and become restrictive. Very common and often overlooked, as I have seen many times where people have changed the calipers and or master cylinder only to have the same thing happen because they didn't change the hoses. Harry

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Dually? You need to remove those 8 bolts for the axle shafts!!!

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