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removing 90q rear rotors-how?
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From: Creel, Kenneth E on Tue, Sep 30, 1997 9:15 AM
Subject: removing 90q rear rotors-how?
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In my first attempt to do the rear brakes on my '90 90q20V I'm stumped
as to how to get the rotor off. I've removed the caliper housing,
pads, pad carrier, and center bolt and find that the rotor is still
solidly in place. What am I missing?