RentAGuzzi Motorcycle Rentals & Tours – Los Angeles CA
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Brake Rotor Removal for Those Pesky Hex Head Fasteners

Written by Jerry Riedel

  1. GT-Rx®
    There may come a time when it is necessary to remove the disc brake carriers on your newer Guzzi, e.g. in order to power coat the wheel or replace a worn/damaged rotor. Since the factory uses special button-head socket-head (Allen) cap screws...

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  1. TASH566
    Works not only on Guzzis but other makes and models
  2. silvergoose
    Good information, Thanks