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Got the hub a day early.
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Hopefully the weather will hold on Saturday--of course it's supposed to rain Saturday AND Sunday.
Gonna try this--
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I’ve used that method before. It works. I used an impact rather than a ratchet wrench to make it faster :) this is part of the reason that on the vehicles that I keep for a while I replace my hubs more on a mileage/time basis so that they don’t get the chance to rust themselves to the spindle. LOL
 

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I’ve used that method before. It works. I used an impact rather than a ratchet wrench to make it faster :) this is part of the reason that on the vehicles that I keep for a while I replace my hubs more on a mileage/time basis so that they don’t get the chance to rust themselves to the spindle. LOL
When I did the one side it took me hours to get it off--and that was in a shop.
True. I have never had to. And never will thank God! :favorites37:
Soooooooo lucky!!
 

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Can’t you use a puller with the arms on the hub flange? I see there’s a dimple in the center of the axle where it looks like the puller bolt goes.
 

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