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Old 02-04-2019, 11:52 PM
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Trying to remove these hexes so I can put some touring car wheels on the front(drag racing styles)won't allow me to upload pictures but looks like one piece not the pin type hex with the grub screw to squash down tried to pry and unscrew.

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OK so 3 .2.1 posts to go.
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Hopefully a picture sheez.
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Trying to remove these hexes so I can put some touring car wheels on the front(drag racing styles)won't allow me to upload pictures but looks like one piece not the pin type hex with the grub screw to squash down tried to pry and unscrew.
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OK so 3 .2.1 posts to go.
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Hopefully a picture sheez.
never mind I've found the pin it was under the rubber ring wow...
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yep what I was about to say Lol
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you have to use a pick to pry off the rubber o-ring that is capturing the pin, once the pin is removed then the hex will slide off the axle
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