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I just purchased a new to me rear wheel and rotor. I am looking to see what type of rotor bolts to get. I have looked online but am unable to find the part number to order. Any help is greatly appreciated. I am just getting mmy feet under me and getting the courage to do my own maintenance work.

Thanks Larry
 

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Only 2 bolts hold the rear rotor on and they are Philips head.
 

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you can order from the board sponsor part number
SCREW, FLAT (6X16) 90132-MCA-000​
 

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Thanks for the help Guys. Your great and fast response. I will order from HAL as I like the service and pricing.

Larry
 

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Thanks TravelinLite that helps alot.
 

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Now begs the question:

How come an impact tool is needed to break loose a screw that is only tightened 6.5 ft-lb?
The same thing crossed my mind when I posted. The manual doesn't say anything about using any kind of thread lock, so I have to assume it is because the heat back there makes them hard to get out.:shrug:
 

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I had to use a manual impact driver to get mine loose.

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If you have never tried to loosen these Murgie without a hand impact it is almost impossible without damageing the heads and then there are real problems as the heads are countersunk.
 
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