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Replaceing hub assembly on 2004 gmc

Sealed hub assembly on 2004 gmc 2500 hd 4wd. i see the 4 bolt on the back of the axel and the one big nut under the center cover. is that all thats needed to get it apart?

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Yes you must also remove brakes and rotor

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Thats it ,oh and a hammer to knock it out of the knuckle.Some guys tighten the axle nut back up with a torque wrench.

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