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Date:         Mon, 27 Dec 2004 14:33:57 -0500
Reply-To:     Eric Zeno <vw4x4@FYI.NET>
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From:         Eric Zeno <vw4x4@FYI.NET>
Subject:      Re: Changing Front Rotors
Comments: To: John Satnat <jsatnat@NETSCAPE.NET>
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Two large bolts hold what you are calling the retainer on. Yuo will also need to remove the small flat head screw between the wheel studs. Easiest done by using a chisel. Then you have to pound the H#ll out of the rotors to break the rust off.

Eric 86-VW4x4 86-SS Syncro Pittsburgh, PA USA 1936-Chrysler 92-Jetta GWC

On Mon, 27 Dec 2004, John Satnat wrote:

> My 87 Syncro GL has a warped front rotor. I've got new ones, checked my Bentley, took off the wheel and lifted caliper up, and encountered a retainer (I guess) for the rotor. Will someone tell me what else I have to remove? > > > __________________________________________________________________ > Switch to Netscape Internet Service. > As low as $9.95 a month -- Sign up today at > > Netscape. Just the Net You Need. > > New! Netscape Toolbar for Internet Explorer > Search from anywhere on the Web and block those annoying pop-ups. > Download now at >

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