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Getting Explorer Rear Discs Off at JY

I am going to Pull-A-Part tomorrow and I am planning on getting the rear discs for my 31-Spline FX4 LII axle.

Do I need to removed the whole axle shafts to remove the brakes? I want from the dust shields forward.

Is it just the brake lines, pbrake cable, and the 4 bolts on the back of the rotor?

Bolts sizes would help to so I don't have to take my whole tool set.

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Oh I am going to pick up any good stuff while I'm there to. Double foglight/defroster switch bezels, OHCs, and maybe a center console if the mood strikes me. There are 2 sets of REALLY NICE leather Mountaineer there if anyone wants me to pull them and come pick them up from me. They are gray and say Mountaineer on the headrest. Let me know if anyone needs any expo stuff. Sorry, the Ranger selection sucks so don't ask.
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Yes, the axles have to come out. Check the how-to section for lots more info on the swap.
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