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vascott01 vascott01 is offline
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All I just did the same thing for my rears...I removed the wheel and I just placed a screw driver in between the rotors and the screw driver rested on the top part of the caliper..Since they are slotted to vent the heat..NO pry bar needed unless I am missing something..Then I repeated and torqued to spec. Pus it was easier to remove the axle and replace the boots....

No pry bar and park brake was not engaged....BTW make sure to use Loctite, clean grease of bolts and torque to SPEC!!!!

Unless I am missing something after a long day...Cheers all
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