[DML] seeking insight on changing front rotors
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[DML] seeking insight on changing front rotors



I've recently changed the front rotors on my DeLorean.
As per standard proceedure for very old rotors and
bearings, the rotor/hub assembly would only come off
the spindle when the old bearings gave way and came
apart. This was not a big issue because I was planning
on getting new ones pressed into the hubs. 

However, I was thinking that in the future I'd like to
avoid pulling bearings apart to change rotors should
the assembly be stuck on the spindle again. So I was
thinking, shouldn't it be possible to unbolt the
spindle from the steering knuckle to pull the
spindle/hub/rotor assembly off and then pull the rotor
off from the back? Then you could put the knew rotor
on and rebolt the spindle to the knuckle. It looks
like the whole thing should come off, but I could be
unaware of something preventing this method. Any
insight regarding this approach?

-Kevin
VIN 2234


 
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