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I've removed the passenger side knuckle, can't get it to go back on?

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Clean the debris out of the hole the center of the hub bearing slips into...
then , hold the hub on there while treading the bolts in .. once all four bolts are engaged turn each bolt a little using a criss cross pattern to pull the hub into the hole straight.

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