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post #1 of (permalink) Old 07-14-2007, 12:26 PM
rskraba
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Scout rotor & caliper removal

OK guys I am new at the Scout front end setup.

I just bought a CJ8 with Scout 44 axles on front and back. So as an avid offroader I like to check out hubs, grease, etc.
The front axle has warn locking hubs and I got one off, removed the retaining clip and 2" nut that is in front of whats looks like the outside bearing. Now I cannot figure out how to get the hub, rotor and caliper off. The inside of the rotor has about three grooves and has to be replaced or machined. [B]HELP!![/B] I have done several Jeep hubs and rotors but as you know "it's always something".

Also I noticed that U-joint(?) is about ready to fall out. Murphy's Law always comes up. So now I have to replace that also as soon as I figure out how to remove the rest of the stuff.
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 07-14-2007, 04:54 PM
rskraba
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Quick fix

A quick response from a local got me going on how to remove rotor assembly. Had the rotor turned and now I will finish the u-joint tomorrow.
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