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on my 90 rc its a 4x4 and i need to put on new rotors, what i wanted to know is how hard is it to put them on?
 

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It's not too hard to do. You'll have to disassemble the hubs, but thats no big deal either.

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No it isn't hard, but like RXT said you will need to completely disassemble the hubs to do it. You will also need a special 4 prong socket to get the spindle nuts off.
 

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I concure. At first the idea of taking the hubs apart scared the crap out of me but as I took parts out, I layed them on top of one another for the reinstall. As for the spinndle nut remover, I picked mine up at autozone, about $15. It said that would work on 86 and newer d44, Bronco hubs, worked on mine without any issues, should for you as well.
 

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taz_man440 said:
well, I did mine with a hammer & screwdriver.. that got the nuts off.
What about putting them back on.....to the right torque ;D
 

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Just torque it to feel man, live life on the edge!!!! lol
I've never used that dern socket, I've had my RC for 9 yrs.
Mike
 

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kyot said:
taz_man440 said:
well, I did mine with a hammer & screwdriver.. that got the nuts off.
What about putting them back on.....to the right torque ;D
Well, It hasn't fell off yet and there isn't any wobble to it, so my guess is its fine for a trail rig ;D
 
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