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Question Replacing wheelstuds/ pulling hub

I had a wheel come loose and break a wheelstud on the rear driver side of my 2004 F350. As near as I can tell, I need to pull the hub to replace the studs (I am replacing all on the wheel). Can anyone quickly walk me through it? I am an ag mechanics teacher and have grown up in shops so I can’t picture it being out of my ability range, but just wanted to see what it entailed. There are 8 bolts on the face of the hub, I assume that those come out and either loosen the hub or remove a cover that exposes the stuff that loosens it. Are there any special tools I need? What replacement seals will I need? What type of gear oil do I refill it with (ok that one is probably in my owner’s manual). Any tricks or tips? Thanks guys.
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