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NEED SOME HELP. VS commodore with ABS disk removal

ViN3Y

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ok so im fixing some things for a mate on my week orf and have got to the rear wheele studs and am stuck with removing the disk to get to the hub due to the abs...

ppl keep telling me it cant be done like normal but as far as i can c its no different...

its a solid diff and has abs but surely you just remove the calipers and housings and then remove the disk then hub bash out the old bash in the new....

can any1 help out PLZ...
 

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Yeah, the disc can sometimes be a bit of a tart to get off on the back, they often bond to the hub with a layer of rust. The way I got mine off was to bash, rotate, bash, rotate, bash, rotate, and eventually they started to come free. I thought they were never going to come off. As far as I'm aware the live axle version is the same kind of setup as the IRS version
 
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