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      11-12-2012, 04:18 AM   #2
Richard@M-World
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Should be very straightforward. There's a DIY on the forum written by Lucid.

The only trouble I've run into is that sometimes the rear rotor could be seized onto the hub... so some type of bar would really help. In the worst case, use a hammer and hit the areas between the wheel studs. Works very well to remove seized rotors.
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