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Mine never stuck again after putting anti sieze on them. Just unbolt them and take them off. Maybe a couple smacks with a dead blow at the most.

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21 hours ago, Evan said:

Use a socket and short extension and trucks steering system to knock bearing loose.

 

Back bearing bolts off a 1/8" or so turn knuckle and wedge socket and section against axle

Had to the first time. No need to after never seize.

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Yeah, I went about 1/4 inch at a time, anything more then that and it gets torqued inside the knuckle and can cause more issues.. best to go a little at a time.

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