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    This is a discussion on How to Replace Rear Rotors and Pads on a Dodge Dart within the Dodge Dart Brakes and Brake Kits forums, part of the Dodge Dart Garage - The Mopar Zone category; Originally Posted by Cntrollerfanboy I just replaced mine this weekend and the rear rotors were stuck on. Had to slam the hub with a hammer ...

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      Quote Originally Posted by Cntrollerfanboy View Post
      I just replaced mine this weekend and the rear rotors were stuck on. Had to slam the hub with a hammer a couple times for it to actually fall off. It was pretty bad on the back side of the rotor. And my car is just a little over a year old.
      was it a really bad winter in ohio?

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      I did my fronts rotors, have the rear sitting in a box waiting. My fronts were corroded to the hub also. I used a torch heated around the center area a bit then 1 or 2 hits with a hammer and it popped right off. Removing the wheel was same deal rim had corroded onto the center hub had to rock it back and forth for about 10min before it popped free.

      Sanded the center area of the hub to clean it up, same with the rim then greased the center section of the hub and rim to help stop any more corrosion.
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      Quote Originally Posted by xxwolfyxx View Post
      I did my fronts rotors, have the rear sitting in a box waiting. My fronts were corroded to the hub also. I used a torch heated around the center area a bit then 1 or 2 hits with a hammer and it popped right off. Removing the wheel was same deal rim had corroded onto the center hub had to rock it back and forth for about 10min before it popped free.

      Sanded the center area of the hub to clean it up, same with the rim then greased the center section of the hub and rim to help stop any more corrosion.
      A torch is a good technique, but obviously you have to be careful. Also, if you use some kind of spray to chemically separate the rust, make sure the residue it leaves behind is not flammable (the propellant probably will be, so don't ever use aerosols around a lit torch).

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      Quote Originally Posted by pkgmsu2000 View Post
      was it a really bad winter in ohio?
      No! It was actually the most mild winter we have had in a long time. My friend just got a jeep and was pissed because he did all this work to fix it up for winter and it barely snowed! lol

      Quote Originally Posted by jsblanch View Post
      A torch is a good technique, but obviously you have to be careful. Also, if you use some kind of spray to chemically separate the rust, make sure the residue it leaves behind is not flammable (the propellant probably will be, so don't ever use aerosols around a lit torch).
      Unless you're one of those guys that hate their dart and want to light it on fire lol
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      Quote Originally Posted by youngsmith53 View Post
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      Quote Originally Posted by Cntrollerfanboy View Post
      No! It was actually the most mild winter we have had in a long time. My friend just got a jeep and was pissed because he did all this work to fix it up for winter and it barely snowed! lol



      Unless you're one of those guys that hate their dart and want to light it on fire lol

      Would insurance cover it if this happened?

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      Quote Originally Posted by Austen View Post
      Would insurance cover it if this happened?
      There typically is a thorough investigation after a car fire, but technically I believe so lol
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