Question about 1998 Chevrolet Tahoe
If it is just the hub you want to replace, jack up the rear tire of the hub you want to replace. Put truck on jack stand. Remove the back tire. Take a rubber mallet and beat the hub off the lug studs. It will probably be stuck, since the truck is a 98, because the brake pads inside have worn their way into the hub a little, creating a lip that you will have to overcome with pressure from the mallet. You will probably need to hit it harder than you would think is normal, but if it has to come off...
Posted on Oct 09, 2010
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