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Old 08-16-2011, 06:20 PM   #1
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1998 SC2
1992 SC
Default stripped and broken bolts on rear brakes, what now?

Trying to get the caliper bracket off, I stripped both bolt heads, as well as snapped off one caliper pin in the bracket. How do I get the hub off (I'm guessing it's the hub, right?) to get these bolts out? Is it straightforward disassembly of what I see, or is there something more to it? If all else fails, am I better off drilling these out, or just buying a used/new hub?

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