I have found that spreading the hub can help to get penetrating oil in it, but thats the only reason to do it. You dont really gain much when you start pulling on it due to the fact when you spread it, it can actually bind up some of the splines due to the splines. Better off to pull it straight off. An air hammer can help a lot when using a flat faced hammer. The jarring of the hammer can help break rust free. PB Blaster is a great help, a little bit of heat and then hose it down with PB. Then let it sit for a while and let everything soak in.
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