rotors has screw to hold them in place. replacement rotors I just bought don't have a hole. Is holding screw necessary?
No but you will have to put on a couple of lug nuts to hold the rotor in place as you re-install the caliper assemblies and bleed the brakes, then take them off and install the wheels.
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