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There seems to be more members in this board than in the help section so I know that this is not the right thing to do but I am stuck. I am doing a break job on my 84 and have to replace the rotor on the pass side. I have the hub rotor assembly off the truck but it seems that the two are mates. Do I need to buy them together? What about the lug nuts studs? How do I seperate the two parts? HELP!!
Thanks Birk ???
 

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Knock out the studs
 

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and now off to VH don't worry about the board not having that many members on it to ask the question in the correct board, there are no chains holding any of us in 1 board
 

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Ok so knock out the studs. Use a 2 1/2 pound sledge? Something I will have to go back to Autozone for? Thanks Birk
 

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Got it off and cleaning it up to reassemble Thanks again
 

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Hey no problem
 

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took me 7 hours and about 3 trips to the Zone but it is done. I still have to retighten the knocked out studs but that is for the AM gona do the rear as well. Thanks again
 

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No problem, atleast you're all done with the hard stuff
 

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get in the zone pepboys lolol
 

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took off the drums today and they look pretty damn good. Decided to check the new shoes against the old ones to just have on hand when the time to change comes around and the new ones are smaller then the old. When at the Zone yesterday they had a 10" and 111/2" set. got the 10", measured the drum and the drum is 11" inside . Gona return the shoes. What size is the right one? Thanks
 

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84 Ramcharger 4x4 will have 11x 2 1/2" brakes.
 
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