Re: 09 Front Hub/Bearing Replacement
Darkvette, to get the rotor off, and only the rotor, you don't need to take the spindle nut off. I know on some cars where the hub and bearings are part of the assembly you have to, but in this situation just remove the wheel, remove the caliper (make sure you hang it from the suspension with thick wire), remove the caliper mount bracket, and then you should be able to get the rotor off. Basically the rotor is held on by the wheel which is held on by the lug nuts.
Don't forget to use some brake cleaner for the new rotors to get any machining grease off, and make sure you get the hub clean and free of rust before you put the new rotor on.