My manual has a complete breakdown but here goes: It's best to get a spindle nut socket but some use a chisel and a hammer. Here is the order after the lockouts are removed. There is a lock ring between two spindle nuts that have tabs that are bend over slots on the spindle nuts. These tabs need to be bend out away from nut so you can remove the nuts . You should remove caliper before doing all of this. After you remove the first nut, remove locking ring then remove 2nd nut. After that the hub rotor combo can be removed by pulling straight out-if hub hadn't be greased properly-you might have to tug on it to losen the combo.
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