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This is a discussion on rear brakes within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; i just bought some new rear rotors, and cant get the stock ones off. i was just wondering if anyone ...

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    rear brakes

    i just bought some new rear rotors, and cant get the stock ones off. i was just wondering if anyone can tell me how the rear rotors come off of a 02 wrx?

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    have you removed the caliper caliper carrier?

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    Re: rear brakes

    Originally posted by matbrowning
    i just bought some new rear rotors, and cant get the stock ones off. i was just wondering if anyone can tell me how the rear rotors come off of a 02 wrx?

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    smash them off with a really BIG hammer

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    Make sure your ebrake is off, remove the calipers, Then there are two holes in the hat of the rotor that you put two bolts in. Tighting those bolts and the rotor will pop off

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    Quote Originally Posted by quick02rex
    smash them off with a really BIG hammer
    Not very helpful advice

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