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Trying to remove the inner rear wheel on my dually-diesel. Never had to before. Removed the inner bolts, won't budge. Is there anything else to "remove" or do I just start beating it with a mallet?

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Yes these are now on a "pilot hub" and any dust/dirt will make them seize,wet them down and carefully beat the inner wheel loose,after removal though do not use any "anti-seize" compound on anything when replacing the dual assembly,but a little grease on the outer nut/washer combo so the washer spins freely of the cap nut is recommended

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