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How to remove front axle of a 1991 subaru legacy

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There is a roll pin which holds axle to trans remove this but be sure to put new axle in so you can see throught hole where pin goes it is not centered so axle can only go in one way or pin wont go back in

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rotar doesn't contain the studs, the plate/hub behind the rotar does - you need a 32mm socket to undo the axle nut to then get at the hub (need a flat screw driver to lever the nut tang up first). If it's seized on put the rotar and wheel back on (leave the axle nut off) and gently rock it in a top-bottom motion (not radially or axially) to free it up. you can then gain access to the hub and studs. put the wheel nuts back on the studs 2 -3 turns so that you have a 'seat' and using a bolt with a smaller dia to punch them out

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