Use an impact wrnch. I have taken boots off with just a breaker bar but have also snapped bolts off rotors because of too much torque. I think they use white loctite on the bolts.
Brake rotor bolts are installed at the factory with a good amount of loctite for safety reasons. If your bolts are not breaking loose using the standard methods, I recommend using a propane torch to heat the bolt area (ive had to do this many times). It doesnt take long at all and it will melt/break apart the loctite making it very easy to remove the bolts without damage.Picked up my r3 today(hooray!) but it has quite a bit of work to do on it. I am trying to get these brake rotors off and they do not budge, read about how most people get them off but I was wondering if anyone had any hands on experience with this and the process/tools used. Thanks!
Lol, does that mean sledge hammer. Huh, so it's actually a thing, and refers to railroad engineers.engineers hammer
If you can't fix it with a hammer then it must be an electrical problem.:nerd:Lol, does that mean sledge hammer. Huh, so it's actually a thing, and refers to railroad engineers.
I think he meant a 450g ball peinhammer :nerd:Lol, does that mean sledge hammer. Huh, so it's actually a thing, and refers to railroad engineers.