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Old 06-24-2019, 12:18 PM   #15
Short Bus
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If you do your rotors be sure to have a 3' breaker bar handy as the caliper carrier bolts on both the front and rear are on very tight. With a breaker bar they pop loose pretty easily. For the fronts if you have access to an impact wrench it's even easier, but getting an impact to to the rear bolts is a lot more difficult.
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