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Taking off the rotors

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    Just purchased crossed drilled and slotted, now the problem is the rear rotors are done they just came off but the fronts won-t move they seem to be screwed on buy some weird nut in the center do i need to remove this to take off rotor is was told it was a floating rotors and they just come but this does not seem the case for the fronts HELP???
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    Just purchased crossed drilled and slotted, now the problem is the rear rotors are done they just came off but the fronts won-t move they seem to be screwed on buy some weird nut in the center do i need to remove this to take off rotor is was told it was a floating rotors and they just come but this does not seem the case for the fronts HELP???
    That nut is for the hub, so don-t mess with it. Take silicone spray/PB blaster, etc and spray the lugs to try and loosen the rotor from the hub. Then take a rubber mallet and knock around the edges of the rotor, they will eventually come off.
    Thnaks i got it off just some taps and i screwed a bolt in the two holes and they fell out, now they sweet thanks for the reply, they are rotors for a Celica could have got them cheaper if i knew that, thanks again...
    pics?? and how much did they cost and where did you get them???
    Oh sorry i-ve been busy i-ll post picks tomorrow sorry guys i got both set for 160 free s/h...
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