Hi, no need to be making fun of my name.Don't listen to this Wang pang guy. You need an impact screw driver to get the screws out. Than a Mallot to get the rotor out.
Thanks. My thinking is, if I do drill it, I didn't want to strip the thread on the hub. I'm going to see if I can order some screws to replace them.1. not possible with out the use of a impact driver. the impact driver helps break up the rust seizure between the rotors/hubs and the bolt/screw.
2. does not matter which you take off first since you seem to be replacing the rotors but I would take off the caliper first.
3. If you are refering to the two screws that are holding the rotors on the hub, yes you will need to remove them first or you will have a very hard time taking the rotors off the vehicle.
4. I mean to say drill the screws head so that it is no longer holding the rotor onto the hubs. If you plan on not using a impact driver, then more than likely, you will strip the head and will need to drill it out.
can i actually remove them this way? lol i was thinking about this.. thanks.!Before the pads get here, why don't you just pick up a cheapy impact driver, take the wheels off and go for it with calipers still on. If you're unsuccessful, put the wheel back on it, sleep on it, have a beer, and try again the next day or the next time you're free lol
Yes it is possible. I do it on every car i work on. I just put the right size bit on the screw than hit it with a hammer about 3 times. Than I use a ratchet with a 1/4in socket to unscrew it. When i reassemble it back up I use antisieze on the threads and i never have to hit it with a hammer again even after years. It is quicker with an impact screwdriver.is it possible to hand torque it out? lolz i think i read somehwere that some people were lucky enough.