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Q: How do you get the front brake rotor off when a sludge hammer won't do it? on 2000 Ford E-350

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How do you get the front brake rotor off when rusted & a sludge hammer does not work?
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Take off the grease cap 1st. Then remove the cotter pin, nut, washer, & outside wheel bearing. Rotor will then slip off.
you are aware, this is the rear rotor he is asking about. Doesnt work that way anonymous
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"How do you get the front brake rotor off when rusted & a sludge hammer does not work?" The REAR? Where did you get that?

This is the Hub for single rear wheels http://www.napaonline.com/Search/MultiImagePopup.aspx?ImageIndex=0&A=NB_4886527_0148368506&An=599001+599999+102000+109999+50028+59999+2028058+2999999+12502 and this is the Hub for Dual rear wheels http://www.napaonline.com/Search/MultiImagePopup.aspx?ImageIndex=0&A=NB_4886530_0148368510&An=599001+599999+102000+109999+50028+59999+2028058+2999999+12502 Doesn't look like the rotor separates from the Hub assembly
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Use a bigger hammer :) an 8lb sledge with about 3-4 feet handle and wack away. If you have access to an pneumatic air hammer i suggest using the ball tip in between the studs and then use a hammer.