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I've been banging and spraying penetrating oil and banging and banging for hours. They won't budge.

Any special tricks of the trade I should try?

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There are usually two threaded holes in the face of the rotor. Thread in two bolts and as you alternately tighten the rotors should release.
 

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Checked my tech data from work. No attachment hardware on fronts. Of course knowing if 2wd or 4wd might make a difference. Have you tried some heat? I am taking a guess your are replacing? Put lug nuts on to protect studs and smack face between studs with hammer.
 

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Checked my tech data from work. No attachment hardware on fronts. Of course knowing if 2wd or 4wd might make a difference. Have you tried some heat? I am taking a guess your are replacing? Put lug nuts on to protect studs and smack face between studs with hammer.
This. Use a ball peen hammer, a big one.
 

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If it had never been off of might have a couple of those retainers on 2 studs.
 
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