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I've been applying pressure for a couple days now. PB Blaster, chisel and hammer back side, hammer front side. If I can get just a little movement then I can work it back and forth, but nothing. Any more pressure and the hub could break. Another day or two, I'll cut the axle, secure them in a vise, I'll get them apart. 

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:text-yeahthat:Only :wh: and :wh: parts.

 

The only way to pull a hub

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5 hours ago, giddyap said:

At the Big Show, Are parts sales open to all brand names, or only Wheel Horse parts?

You can sell Wheel Horse parts and parts that will fit a Wheel Horse. Engines, wheels, tires etc can fit even though from a different brand. 

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