ATTEX axle hub

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    ATTEX axle hub

    Does anyone know how to separate an axle from the hub on an old Attex?

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    Are you talking the slip over part with the bolt through it? If so I usually drill a large hole in the center so I can press it out wit piece of shaft. Usually have to put in a press and heat the sleeve while under pressure. I clean inside with a flap wheel on a drill extension.

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    If it’s the “cone” style aluminum hub, there is a snap ring you access from the inner (body side) of the hub. It’s deep down there and you’ll need a good set of snap ring pliers.
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    Hey Duck. I have some from a st300d if that's what you're looking for. Aluminum cone 3 bolt I think. I can get pic tomorrow

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    This it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Duck89 View Post
    If it’s the “cone” style aluminum hub, there is a snap ring you access from the inner (body side) of the hub. It’s deep down there and you’ll need a good set of snap ring pliers.
    Sorry wrong thread. Disregard

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