i have a toyota tundra 2005 the bolt holes on the roter are bigger than the studs the

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Old 13 Sep 2010, 10:09 am   #1 (permalink)
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Default i have a toyota tundra 2005 the bolt holes on the roter are bigger than the studs the

router moves back ad fo.? i can move the rotor back and forth about 1/8th inch both ways.
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This is normal. being tight around the hub is important though
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Thinking more about your question, if the rotor only turns concentrically an eighth of an inch and stays centered, as I referred to in my previous posting, the nuts on the studs clamp the wheel and the rotor to the axle hub! But the rotor must be concentric!
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normal,dont worry about it,its how they are
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Old 13 Sep 2010, 11:24 am   #5 (permalink)
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??? question make no sense















rotor? brake rotor? on a thundra, only the front brakes system have rotors and there's no bolt hole bigger than the stud. smaller yes but not bigger. and it's use to remove the rotor off the hub.















you can move it both ways if you removed the brake pads































But it sound like you are talking about the rear drums.















the drums are like a flat can-shape that cover the shoes and are use for braking. 5-6 hole for the studs and 1 big hole with a rubber piece cover is to adjust the rear/parking brake. basically you remove the rubber and turn the drum until you find the star adjuster and turn it to make it tight or loose.































you can definitly move the drum back and forth 1/8th to 2 inch. you can remove it, might be hard because all the brake dust and rust. when you install the wheel back on it will be tight.
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