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Old 10-17-2010, 01:34 PM   #1
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How do i remove the front hub on my 1996 civic dx?
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have you tried google or the search button
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Yes smart@$$... so far i got all the brake stuff off, took the hub nut off, and pressed the rotor and hub most of the way off. My problem is i cant get it all the way off... there are 2 screws in the rotor that need to be taking out by impact screwdriver. 2 bits have already been brokin doing this... Any other options?
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dude your not going to get help talking like that.. if the bits keep breaking the just drill them out.
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Ok 1) that 1st part of the reply was for the previous post who wanted to be a punk when i was asking for help... 2) thank you for the advice about drilling them out i didnt know if they were necessary to be in there but after looking at it more i dont need them so Thanks
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People who don't want to help should just refrain from posting.

Remove the knuckle/hub assembly and then have a shop press the hub off and then on after replacing the bearing and other parts (if necessary).
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I can press the hub off and on myself thats not a problem.
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i wasnt being a smart ass im just saying what alot of other people would say instead of posting on here waiting hours for a response you could try google i fixed alot of s*** on my civic threw geogle not always asking people
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