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I can't get the front disk of the hub on my 04 GMC pickup, I've tryed heat and WD-40 with no results....Mike

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  • toranoshi Jan 16, 2009

    They were just completely rusted onto the hub, I used WD_40 and heat and kept hammering on the disk untill they finally came loose. It took about two hours on each one to finally get them off. Whoever engineered this assembly should be real proud....Mike

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Are tew one knock offs as in there is nothing that hold them to the wheel hub ?

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  • work4it1 Jan 16, 2009

    Well glad ya got them off dont for get to put antisieze on the hub so next time they will come off

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