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Originally Posted by JFairman View Post
If nothing already suggested helps getting them off you could try tapping a knife blade in between the spacer and hub seam with a brass hammer to get it started. Then prybar it from there.
Sounds like the spacer is corrosion stuck on to the hub centric part of the hub. Heat from a propane or map torch to expand the aluminum spacer more than the cast iron hub and penetrating oil like WD40 might help there.
Don't use WD40 along with a torch!! Some ingredients in WD40 can convert to "mustard" gas when subjected to high heat. It can cause permanent nerve damage when breathed in.

Paul, I would follow WPOZZZ's suggestion first or Jacob's suggestion 2nd to get that stubborn spacer off. You deserve not to have any more drama!

Edit...good to see that you finally got on spacer off. I don't understand about the need to cut the studs for the spacers? Is it a special spacer with its own studs?
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