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1Remove tires. 2 there will be an Alan key on outside of hubs (where you grab to lock or unlock hubs) remove them. 3 you will need either the heavy-duty or light duty sucket to remove the nut. 4 there are springs behind the nut generally but it all comes apart piece by piece. just remember how to put it back together. Its really easy.

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