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Old 12-22-2003, 06:29 PM
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As stated above, you have to remove the entire hub. One tip I wish I had read before doing mine was to two lug bolts back in the hub and clamp them in some sort of vise to give leverage against the tough to get out bolts that hold the disk to the hub. I wound up using a screwdriver in the disk vent to brace the assembly against rotation. Was really a nightmare to get them free. I would clean everything really good and put locktite back on the bolts during assembly.
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