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Remove dust cap and undo the nut, this will release the hub from the stub axle. The bolts that hold the disk to the hub are removed from the rear. Once removed knock the disk from the hub. The studs can now be knocked out and replaced.
 

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And your point is? The early ATE brake rotors appear to be similar in arrangement to the Dunlop set up. Standard British brake rotor assembly. Remove caliper, undo axle nut (left side nut has left hand threads), remove hub, separate hub and rotor, remove studs from hub, install new studs. Studs are available from Classic Alfa, both left and right hand thread.
 

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I assume you are going to rebuild the calipers and replace the rotors. The stuff on there looks pretty bad. Be careful pulling off the hubs to protect the bearings. New bearings can be a pain to get fitted on the axle. Replace the hub bearing seal. Good luck.
 
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