Frontons shacked replaced pads but the two bolts in back do they attach to the rotor are is the bearing the only thin holding rotor in place ?
Not sure in your terminology, but I believe there is a bolt, screw, holding the rotor onto the hub, screw located between the lugs. Three bolts behind the spindle hold the hub and bearing assembly on.
I think I got it, also it is your wheel when you bolt it on also holds the rotor in place.
Man I am trying to help here, there are 2 bolts that hold the break caliper on and there are 2 bolts that hold on the bracket for the caliper. What are you trying to do?
Iam sorry , should have proof read ! Front shacks , replaced brake pads noticed threaded holes in rotor ! Is there bolts that tread into rotor from back ?
Nothing bolts to the rotor, except the wheel and maybe a set screw in-between the lugs.
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