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Pep boys sells these screws

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no big deal, I don't even replace the screws anyway. If you're replacing the rotors it's of no matter whatsoever.


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perfect! i was reading that the screws are pretty much useless, but i didn't know if i should just keep drilling to the point where there is a better separation between the screw and rotor.

perhaps i'll try a needle punch and hammer some of the metal away on the screw
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Ya the whole purpose of those screws is to hold the rotor while the car moves down the assy line.


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i recall reading that in another thread related to the two screws in the rotor, but overall, i was fearing the fact that i removed too much material off of the rotor.

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I'm very anal when it comes to my car,so I decided to put new ones in (after having to drill the old ones out)

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@the_owl were you not removing the rotors to replace?


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i am replacing the rotors. i was worrying that i drilled into the hub
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Those pics are into your hub?!?!

Hopefully its just the one. Personally id replace it.


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Nothing exciting to see here.
None of those pics are drilled completely through the rotor & into the hub.

Swap your rotors & enjoy


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