Changing Rotors

Discussion in 'Tech Info' started by Chilly, Feb 2, 2020.

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  1. Chilly

    Chilly TYF Newbie

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    Gents,

    I presently shopping around for a clean Tahoe. A friend reminded me that I nearly swore an oath that I'd never own a machine like this after helping a friend with his Burb. I recall his ball joints and brakes needed replaced. I also recall hating that I had to remove the bearing assembly to change the rotor. And I especially recall hating that I had to remove the torsion bar for some reason.

    Do Tahoe rotors bolt on to the back side of the hub flange as with the Burb? Or is the 1T front end different in that regard?

    Thanks
    Chilly
     
  2. swathdiver

    swathdiver Full Access Member

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    Hey Chilly and welcome. Are you looking for an old one from the 1990s? The 1/2-tons do not require removal of the hub to change the rotor.
     

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