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Re: Replacing rotors.
From: Graham Thackrah <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 08 January 1998 09:43
Subject: Replacing rotors.
>I was thinking whilst completing the job if it would make much difference
>you left em off completely? The retaining screws that is, not the discs
>anyone makes rude comments about Audi brakes.
Only the problem of trying to get the bolt holes in the wheel, disc and hub
all lined up. The best way to try it out is to change a wheel - but wait
until the middle of winter, after dark, in the rain on a muddy unlit country
The Ur-q tool kit is supposed to contain a threaded rod that you replace the
first wheel nut with when you change a wheel. This keeps the disc from
moving and allows positive location of the wheel when you replace it. I say
'supposed' because its usually the first thing that gets lost - mine hasnt
got the original one, just one that I made and I've never seen an original
in the flesh (so to speak).
88 Ur quattro