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Old 04-25-2013, 07:32 AM   #11
Uncle Scotty
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Originally Posted by _DDMM View Post
So I was able to replace my brake pads just fine. My problem is taking off the calipers to access taking off my rotors. Am I doing more than I need to? What i'm doing is trying to take off the bolts behind the calipers so I can take them off and access the rotor. The problem with that is the bolts are on suuuper tight, and its not just that. I don't have any room behind the caliper to fit a torque wrench in and take the bolts off. If anyone can provide tips that'd be helpful. All the shops around Vegas are charging $95+ just to install rotors.

FIRST OF ALL...you do NOT use a torque wrench to take the bolts off...that is your first mistake...

and tells me that ya need somebody to help keep you from doing something else ya shouldnt do
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