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Ok, so I finally got it off and replaced. I bought 2 set of snap ring pliers that wouldn't fit inside, ended up buying a set of snap ring pliers from Harbor Freight to get that off. Then I couldn't get it to budge at all, even after all 4 nuts were removed. Someone on Facebook shared a video with me that shows how to use a socket extension and the power steering to get it to pop loose, worked like a champ. Then it took me a lot of swearing an patience to get the snap ring back on. I appreciate the help you guys gave.

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NC1yocum, can you please share the video, I’m also on Facebook Stephen Shook
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NC1yocum, can you please share the video, Im also on Facebook Stephen Shook
Hopefully you're the one I sent the message to. Check your other messages since we aren't friends.

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Ok, so I finally got it off and replaced. I bought 2 set of snap ring pliers that wouldn't fit inside, ended up buying a set of snap ring pliers from Harbor Freight to get that off. Then I couldn't get it to budge at all, even after all 4 nuts were removed. Someone on Facebook shared a video with me that shows how to use a socket extension and the power steering to get it to pop loose, worked like a champ. Then it took me a lot of swearing an patience to get the snap ring back on. I appreciate the help you guys gave.
Id love the video as well. I just replaced one side and it was a bear!
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I replaced one side and reused the speed sensor. However, now Im getting random abs/advance track warnings. Has anyone else experienced this? Could it be from not replacing the speed sensor? Could it be from having one wheel assemble factory and other MOG? Any thoughts?
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odds are it is the speed sensor. Hubs shouldn't matter on whose name is on the box.

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Ended up being the speed sensor. Replaced it and all was fine. Thanks again.
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