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    Is there a how 2 for removing the rear hub assembly as i am doing brakes this Sunday with PaulHB and Caveman Nige, I need to remove the hub as i have shiney shiney Chrome dust shields to go on. Any help appreciate or the breakdow of the hub from TIS would help... thanks in advance...

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    easy one this mate. remove brake and carriers, then get to the nuts around the back of it then gently remove.
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    Quote Originally Posted by plasma View Post
    easy one this mate. remove brake and carriers, then get to the nuts around the back of it then gently remove.
    Is it easily done on a drive with hand tools you think Dean....

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    that one yes not an issue... Just need a few different sizes of sockets a couple of short/long extension bars with a knuckle. One of them is slightly off direct line
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    Quote Originally Posted by plasma View Post
    that one yes not an issue... Just need a few different sizes of sockets a couple of short/long extension bars with a knuckle. One of them is slightly off direct line
    So, a universal joint socket adaptor will be fine then...

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    yep.
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    Quote Originally Posted by plasma View Post
    yep.
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