Originally Posted by rideabikenick
03XLT, thats alot of good info so thanks for the help. i got to check it out.
you're surely welcome. Let us know what you find. It's not too hard of a job. If you gotta get the rotors off, the 15mm bolts holding the caliper bracket on ae tight, so be prepared. Long breaker bar, 1/2" ratchet, etc. You'll need something w/ some leverage. I smacked my breaker bar w/ a ball peen hammer and they popped loose right away. The caliper brackets come over the rotor, so you have to take them off if you need to remove the rotors. The rotor will be frozen on the hub. Remove the 2 (on my truck) keepers on the lug studs, then beat around the hub w/ a hammer, not hitting the lug studs, and then from behind where the caliper normally rides before you moved it out of the way. Hang the caliper from some tie wire on something handy under there so it isn't hanging by the rubber brake line. Keep hitting it and turning the rotor so you're hitting a different area each few blows. You'll think it will never come off, but it will. make sure your keepers and anything else in there isn't out of whack.