[DML] Re: Misc questions
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[DML] Re: Misc questions



No worries... always open to correction. I was thinking of the 
caddie again. 

Sean

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Jake Kamphoefner <jakekamp@xxxx> 
wrote:
>
>  
> Just for the sake of correcting misinformation, most of what Sean 
said below is incorrect.  (I'm not trying to bust his chops, I just 
don't want you do to something unnecessary).
>  
> The rotors do *not* simply come off the lugs like the later model 
GMs do.  These rotors also include the bearing casing so they will 
not just pull off when you remove the caliper.  The bearings are 
sealed, so a good inspection will tell a lot (sometimes the bearings 
fall to pieces when the rotor is removed).  Be prepared that if you 
want to replace the bearings, which isn't a bad idea) they will need 
to be pressed into the hub carrier.  There are several ways to do 
this, but removing the hub and taking to a press is probably the 
easiest.
>  
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