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I want to check my back braks on my ford focus

I want to check my back braks on my 2006 ford focus but i cant seem to find a way aroud the hub to do it and i dont know how to take the hub off can anyone help?

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The hub will pull off. It might take a handheld sledge like 2-5 lbs. It will come off.

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