I replaced the LHS rotor so easily, I was amazed ( and glad I started with this one ).
The RHS has decided it is quite happy to stay where it is. Fine. I sprayed with WD40 and did the other job I thought would be hard and replaced the RHS airbag. Easy, soo happy. Inflated nicely, no leaks ( what did I do wrong, lol )
Anyway back to the rotor. I have tapped around the flange, banged the back of the rotor ( as it is going to be replaced ), but it appearts stuck fast. I am thinking of grinding out a section so I can slip a screwdriver blade between the mating faces so try and separate them.
Anyone else experienced this problem and have an idea. All info I have seen just shows you hit it with a hammer.
I have left it soak overnight, so maybe it will be okay. Will let you know if it is, but any suggestions more than welcome please.