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I can't get the hub off to replace the rotor.

How to remove the hub from a 1992 Ford F150 to replace the rotor?

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4X4?..Then you have to remove the lock-out,then use a hub socket which is about 3 inches in diameter with 4 notches in it to remove the ratchet nut inside the hub..then after the hub is off,put a lug nut on the studs and hammer them down out of the hub and the hub should come off.you may have to hammer on the hub all the way around because the rotor and hub fit together pretty tight.

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