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Mazda 1991 front right wheel bearing removel

Have taken tire off,
have taken brake caliper off
have taken axle nut off
cannot get stud cover off
any help?????

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The stud cover is the hub and you cant get it out because its pressed into the wheel bearing that it attached to the spindle,you can rent a slide hammer that bolts up to the hub and slam away,but you have to have it pressed back in. so remove the spindle mark strut holddown bolts so your alingment isnt too far off.hope this helps let me know if you need more info or diagrams have a good day DB

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