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Is it true that the front rotors are snatch off rotors? A guy said that it would take a specific machine to take them off or they would break.


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Some of the Tibs have captive rotors.


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<img src=/images/forums/snitz/thumbup.gif width=25 height=18 border=0>Dont try to remove the rotors without a hydraulic press and the adapters...Autobot is right, the rotors ARE captive! You'll have to press the hubs out in order to swap the rotors...and then there are the #14 nuts and bolts to worry about, they sometimes become seized because of expansion/contraction...lucky Hyundai aren't eqqipping titanium rotors eh...?


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