Question about 2006 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 2WD
Remove wheel. remove brakes and rotors, remove axle nut. make sure axle breaks free inward from hub( 4x4 models only) ( smack it a few times, use a wood block dont damage the threads) remove the three or four bolts coming from the rear side of the knuckle going into the wheel bearing/hub assembly, once removed ur gonna have to beat the hub free from the knuckle. chisel on an air hammer works well. chisel outward dont be afraid to take a small sledge and smack the hub behind the lug nut area, its getting replaced.
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