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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-14-2003, 07:53 PM
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95 bronco rotors

A friend of mine (who had a slightly older bronco) said he could help me change the rotors on my bronco. However, once we had the wheel and hub removed, there was a ring holding everything on. I was reading instructions on how to remove it and they just said to remove clip with scribe and pics. I have been poking at this ring for hours and can't get it out. Can someone tell me how this is removed and if there are going to be any other suprises. Please help me.

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post #2 of (permalink) Old 08-14-2003, 07:55 PM
 
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Re: 95 bronco rotors

click my superford link in my si and go to balljoint pics to see hub disasembly...
i just use small screwdrivers, or two "alls"
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Dental picks help although I've never used them. I have however spent about 5 seconds on my clips using a grinder to angle the ends so it is easier to remove in the future. Highly recomended.
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post #4 of (permalink) Old 08-15-2003, 01:42 AM
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It is tricky if you haven't beveled the ends yet to allow for easier removal. You will have to use one pick to hold the the ring from sliding around the groove, and one angled pick to slip up under the ring in the groove and then work your way around pulling it out until it pops out. Good luck...I know this is the one thing that I spend the most time on with my truck, but once I modified the ends of the ring to slide picks under it easier it is cake!
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I pop it up with a small screwdriver and hook it with a small allen wrench. It works great but you are still crazy if you don't bevel it as described.
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Is this the ring in question?

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Dat be da one I be done talkin' about G.
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Re: 95 bronco rotors

Any other surprises.....

Do you have the large socket with four little teeth at the end? This socket is for removing the spindle nuts that retain the outer bearing.

Your bronco also has an ABS toner ring on the inside of the hub that must be carefully pulled in order to knock out the wheel studs that hold the hub and rotor together as one unit. A two or three jaw puller is really needed for this. The toner has many little teeth, and it's cast, so it's easy to accidently break one.
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Re: 95 bronco rotors

95 is a three bolt not the five bolt so he doen't use the four pronged socket
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post #10 of (permalink) Old 08-17-2003, 01:29 AM
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That looks like a manual hub to me, in which case it will require the 4 pronged socket. If it is the automatic hub setup it will require the thin-walled hex socket.
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