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It was easy the only tedious part was gently grinding the old race and not scoring the hub hit it wit a chisel and it came right off. Anyone else done it this way?
 

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It was easy the only tedious part was gently grinding the old race and not scoring the hub hit it wit a chisel and it came right off. Anyone else done it this way?
You choose the harder way. Using a cut-off tool with a fresh disc, notch the inner race at about a 30-45 degree angle, almost to the hub, then wack with cold chisel and hammer. Helped that I watched friends/mechanics at local dealership.
 

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I was going to do that but didn’t want to cut the hub so I took the slow and steady route. I will try next time with a cut off disk. Thanks transzex
 

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I glanced on youtube and found a wire trick, looked like welding wire wrapped around the back of the race and then twisted. The wire was enough to get behind the inner race and pop it loose.
 
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