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What is the best way to remove the old hubs from t

You need to be careful doing this or you could bend the flange of the hub where the drum attaches. I would suggest grinding off the old wheel studs until they are flush with the drum. Center punch each of the studs where you just ground them off. Start with a small drill bit and work you way up larger and larger until you brake through the wall of the stud. Do not drill all the way through, leave about 3/16" of metal in the bottom of your hole so you can use a punch to drive the old stud out. By drilling, you relieve the tighness of the stud in the hub/drum and avoid distorting the flange of the hub.
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