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Old 04-20-2013, 09:41 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by _DDMM View Post
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.
Why would you use a torque wrench to remove a bolt?

And one combination wrench stuck on the other, or hitting the wrench with the hammer, or just going and getting a breaker bar would all probably work.
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