Importance of screw holding rotor onto hub

Really stupid question, but just as title says, I was putting in new wheel studs and one of the screws that holds the rotor onto the hub snapped off. I drilled the screws out, then began to tap the holes to fit a bolt instead, but turned out the tap broke off inside the hole and I can’t get it out for the life of me. So, is it important to have that second screw holding the rotor onto the hub? Or am I alright with just one? Thanks.

You’re fine with one.

You don’t even need one, all they do is hold the rotor to the hub when the wheel is off…once the wheel is bolted down, it will hold the rotor on and in place. :slight_smile:

alright cool, thanks for the info guys