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Those are a PITA. I bought a nut to fit each on the knuckle bolts and put them on to keep from damaging the threads. Then I used a 3-lb hammer to drive the knuckles out of the hub. It's best if you have the tie rod end off first, so you can rotate the hub all the way to one side.
 

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DaveH said:
Those are a PITA. I bought a nut to fit each on the knuckle bolts and put them on to keep from damaging the threads. Then I used a 3-lb hammer to drive the knuckles out of the hub. It's best if you have the tie rod end off first, so you can rotate the hub all the way to one side.
I am doing that right now and it still won't budge.
 
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