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Rotors puller tool?

Is there any tool that would help with pulling the rotors off? Found something like this:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B004C...=AUEUXQQV6YS3R

but this works only up to 12.75" diameter rotors and mine are almost 13 so it might not work correctly.

Any recomendations for alternatives?


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So far changed rears with "hammer method" aka "beat the crap out of it " but it has to be a better way.


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Re: Rotors puller tool?

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Is there any tool that would help with pulling the rotors off? Found something like this:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B004C...=AUEUXQQV6YS3R

but this works only up to 12.75" diameter rotors and mine are almost 13 so it might not work correctly.

Any recomendations for alternatives?


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So far changed rears with "hammer method" aka "beat the crap out of it " but it has to be a better way.


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Use the bolt Method.

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Re: Rotors puller tool?

On the hub itself there's a very small O-ring that does a surprisingly good job of stopping all efforts. Have you remove the O ring yet


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Re: Rotors puller tool?

I took the o ring off. One side was OK. By tapping from behind left, right, up and down I was able to get it loose and slide off. The other side was major PITA.


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Re: Rotors puller tool?

A few hard swings with a large hammer will get any rotor off, I use a 2.5lbs hammer at work and with 2-3 swings the rotor will fall off.
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