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"steve powers" <spowers@spdg.COM> sez:
>Remove your rotor. These tend to stick a bit. A deadened blow hammer
>works well, carefully applied.
It occurred to me (after I'd removed 'em with a big hammer) that you
might be able to use the car jack to get them off?
My rather crude ASCII diagram shows a top view of the disk, with
the jack braced against (what? the strut? The subframe?). By opening
the jack you could put gentler pressure on the disk (and your wheel
bearings) than you'd get from the traditional hammer treatment.
Just a thought.
\ <-- Jack
============== <-- Disk
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