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Old 11-04-2014, 02:24 PM   #1
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Stupid Rotor Screws

I'm changing the rotors on my rsx type s, when I stripped the rotor screw with my impact driver . I tried drilling them but since I have never done this before I don't know how far to drill. I got the heads of both screws to pop off, but my rotor is still stuck on. What should I do? How can I get these got dam screws off?
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You you have removed the screw heads completely from both, take a dead blow hammer and give the rotor a tap. Its probably just bonded to the hub a bit.
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Ya I got them off. I tried beating them with a hammer before, but they wouldn't come off. I ended up taking my sledge hammer. Gave them two good hits and they came flying off. I have never had this problem before. My rotors always wiggle off easily.
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