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How do I take off the hubs from the front of my car?

The reason I am doing this is because I have tp put the the MOROSO elongated studs for the front of my car but they are tad thicker then the holes in the hub. I was told to take off the hibs and a machine shop could put them in. The part number for the Moroso studs say Front Ford. It is strange that it would be thicker but they tell me it is the righ part. Anybody else have experience with this, please help me. Thank you

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You'll first need to pop the bearing cap off the hub with a flatblade screwdriver and then remove the wheel bearing with the correct bearing socket. (Sorry forgot the size). Chances are you'll also need a big ass breaker bar b/c these suckers are torqued down around 250 ft/lbs...


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