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Old 08-16-2010, 08:50 AM
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I'm having a hell of a time with the Passenger side front hub getting it to come out. I took the three bolts out from the back of the hub and started pounding the crap out of it still no budge. Was wondering if their pressed in and looking for any tips and tricks. Appreciate any help. Thanks Guys.
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Its a pain. I did mine on my 2003 just awhile ago. Used a mini sledge and air chisel. Had to flaten the shield after .Good luck it will come.
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If it's really stubborn you may need a HD puller such as the OTC 6290 in addition to a BFH.
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