Bob H from Missouri has the right set up, instead of using the jack I have used a spacer piece of shaft and tightened the gr 5 threaded rod tight and then set a bug burtha propane torch on the hub for a half hour or so, when things start smokin keep tightening and hit the end of your home made puller with a mall and it will start to move. I drove one on the farm once for two years with the bolts loose before it started to creek when you backed up,still took all afternoon to get it off. Then what is funny, get it all cleaned up and replace the seal and shim every thing nice and then you can't keep them tight!!
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