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Who needs oil anyways....
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Ok, I have the hub and rotor assembly off my 1986 Bronco. How do I separate the two. I've been checking the Chiltons and Haynes manuals but there is a lot of go to this section if you have this, but go to that section if you have that. I swear I went to the right sections, but I don't see the info.
 

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Who needs oil anyways....
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ah, studs first. Thanks. I'll go give them a wacking.
 

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But what does mine say?
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You coulda bought a decent hammer for 15 bucks.
 

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Screw the Jeep Thing
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Hell I just did this the other night., Took me 3 mins to do 2. Only cause the lugs where rusted on and I have to pound them back in to get the rusted lugs off:)
 

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no kidding. what does it cost to get one turned ? 10 bux?


Yep. 10 per rotor....LOL...

If I got ripped off for paying for both rotors being pressed off for 15 bucks. So be it! It was less of a headache and I still have all of my fingers and Fingernails intact....LOL.. Also, did not have to buy any new parts after it was done!

Gee what a friendly bunch in here this weekend...sheesh:twak
 

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tired of your sh!t
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it's got nothing to do with freindly. you're reading something into it that's not there.
 

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Sorry...No offense meant...! I guess I took it the wrong way...Well of to AutoZone to rent a slide Hammer and Spindle Adapter. I will be able to put this Bronco's Hubs together in my sleep after this week....:D

Have a great day,
Forrest
 
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