THIS!! Those screws like to strip out and the impact driver will break them lose without stripping the heads. Either this or take a cordless drill and some bits just in case.Tatohead said:When I pulled the rotors from my Rodeo, I needed 2 special tools that I didn't have:
Impact driver. when you get the hubs off (either auto or manual) there's that flat round piece with holes. It's held on by 3 fine screws. these suckers were really tough to get out. I used the impact driver to loosen them. Basically, it's a screwdriver you whack with a hammer. It was like $20 or so, I don't remember.