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  1. #61
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    You need to separate the hub from the rest of the assembly with a press (you can use a hammer if you want) then replace the studs and press it back together again. You'll almost certainly need new wheel bearings whilst doing this. It can be done with the old ones being re-used but I wouldn't bother.

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  3. #62
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    First: greatings for the amazing job on that MG ZR, you have made yourself a serious track beast.

    Second: you never installed a big/improved master cylinder?? I am getting all the info in order to install (if possible) tha Integra Type R master cylinder 25.4mm Ø vs Ø22.2mm from my ZR (it relly seams it's only a Ø12.2mm :-(, and stops like sh...), worst part of the car, in my opinion...

 

 

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