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Front brake rotors

Are the front rotors on an 02 4x4 slide on, or does a bunch of crap have to be disassembled to get them off?
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You're going to have to remove your calipers and the bracket they mount to, not a big deal at all.
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yea u 4x4 guys are lucky, we gotta repack bearings and junk.
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4X4 FTW...AGAIN HA HA!!!

Yeah if you can turn a wrench you can change your brakes on your 4x4.
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^^haha....but uh....wait til our bearings start groaning....4x4 ftl....
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^^haha....but uh....wait til our bearings start groaning....4x4 ftl....
I second that. Just replaced right side last nite

4x4 ftl....
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4X4 FTW...AGAIN HA HA!!!

Yeah if you can turn a wrench you can change your brakes on your 4x4.
I changed my brake pads in 15min with two tools, a breaker bar and a 1/2" ratchet.
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^^haha....but uh....wait til our bearings start groaning....4x4 ftl....
They don't know about that. Thats on a need to know basis.

I can't wait for mine to start acting up, im looking forward to it. -_-

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haha excellent. On another note, I do have a wheel bearing that just went on me yesterday and is chirping like a freakin bird in my ear, so that'll be done when my brakes are.

Can't be my u-joints cuz those just got replaced.

I had an Isuzu Rodeo 4x4 and to replace the front rotors on that thing you literally had to pull the entire suspension and front axle apart LOL

btw, this will be my truck's 3rd set of rotors in just over 250 000 miles. Not bad.
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