OK, I still can't get the hub body off of my M-H axle. They are MileMarker Selectro hubs and they have an aluminum base. The aluminum has seized to the steel wheel hub and will not let go. I have tried everything. I have pried on them, beat on them, cussed at them, soaked them in oil. Last night I had a brainstorm, I cut some threads in the smooth holes of the hub body, put a piece of steel rod down in the hole, then threaded a larger bolt in on top of the rod to push against the bottom of the hole and pull the hub body away. I think it may have budged ever so slightly, but then the threads would pull out of the soft aluminum and I would have to tap the next one. I went all the way around the hub doing this and still no go. I am about to the point of just destroying the mutha%$#@er just to get it out, but I hate to bash a pair of decent hubs. Anybody have any thoughts? I am open to just about anything at this point. Thanks. This is the one that is still together for reference.