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MOMO Steering Wheel Hub Removal

 
Old 07-25-2004, 11:34 AM
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How do i remove this/

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Default Re: MOMO Steering Wheel Hub Removal (metalgears)

there should be a a nut there,how can you not see it?
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Default Re: MOMO Steering Wheel Hub Removal (metalgears)

you removed the nut already? It's pressed on a little, I usually yank the hell out of mine(a stock stearing wheel though) to get it off. You can use a puller though
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Yeah, 19mm nut removed.

I tugged and tried to pry the bish for like 20 mins..it doesnt look like it wants to go.

I need a puller?
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