Do they still have the screws in them on the front?
you can also use easy-outs, they are sorta like a dril bit but bite into the head of the screw with reversed "teeth" so it bites into the screw while you are unscrewing it.bittles110 said:If you mess up the head of the screws, I guess you could drill them out... thats what I had to do with mine.
yeah, mine usually do too but last time i had one that was damn near impossible to get out. had to weld a nut on it and it came right out. i think the heat more than anything from the welding got it. so maybe a torch on the screw if you are having problems. i dunnorex2nr said:we always use a screw-driver bit on a 1/2" wrench and they usually come out pretty easily
Not to mention you can't do either of those tasks alone. The rotor fits in between the spindle and the hub. The wheel bearing is a press fit which conjoins the hub and spindle. Did I already say what's in between those two parts? I think the way Honda set up the rotor/hub/spindle/wheel bearing assembly on the 90-93 Accord is one of the most dumberest things they ever done did.Kwicko said:The Accord doesn't get two Phillips screws to hold the rotors on the hubs - it gets FOUR 14mm bolts per rotor! ...when I replaced the rotors and wheel bearings. I hope I never have to repeat either of those tasks.