オリジナル投稿者： Noah Ackerman ,
Every Honda car I’ve seen has CV joints in the half shafts. The hub nut is usually a real beast to break loose (and staked to the axle on many models). Make a point of removing, or at least loosening, the hub nut before you start dismantling the brakes. And have an to stand on the brake pedal while you turn that nut. Without an assistant you may be able to lock the hub with a strategically applied pry bar or clamp. If the hub nut has a castle nut and cotter pin, you are lucky. If the hub nut is the type that is staked on, it will help to bend the staked in part back up before trying to loosen, this is easier said than done but I’ve had reasonable luck with pounding a small slotted screwdriver into the keyway, to create a little space, then follow with progressively larger taper punches until the staked in section of the nut sits a little bit proud of the axle threads. Alternately you could use a dremel to un-stake the nut, but that will probably take longer and might compromise the re-usability of the axle.