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Remove the Rotor

Gently pull the rotor off the axle and set aside on a clean surafce. A clean surafce is important because you don't want any debris getting inside the rotor. In my case there was tons of dust, cobwebs and leaves & sand in the disc so any movement caused debris to fly. It was very difficult keeping this out and off the greasy surfaces of the rotor. 

Set the rotor down seal end up so that you can remove the seal and inner bearing. I leave the nuts on the rotor to protect the stud ends.

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