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RE: Replacing rotors on '93 90CS
My apologies, I was thinking of the wife's Passat wagon.
>From: Chris Newbold [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>Sent: Thursday, January 08, 1998 8:07 AM
>To: Perry, Christopher
>Cc: 'Elliott Potter'; 'Quattro List'
>Subject: RE: Replacing rotors on '93 90CS
>At 05:38 PM 1/7/98 , Perry, Christopher wrote:
>>The rear do require you to remove the axle nut but it is relatively easy
>> - not torqued as much as the front. You will remove the nut, a washer,
>>the outer wheel bearing then the rotor. If you are replacing the rotor
>>you will need to either press the race and bearing out of the old hub
>>and into the new one or buy new races and bearings and press them into
>>the new hub. Dealing with the parking break cable will be the major PITA
>>for this job.
>Nope. The rears on the 93s are just like the front. They have a hub,
>which holds the bearing, and the rotor just fits over the top.
>Makes things a lot simpler!
>1993 90CS 63k