hit them with a shot filled hammer or something that will not damage them. When you put them back on put a very light film of antiseize on the hub where the rotor seats. Just don't get it all over the rotor or pads.
I've heard that hitting them with an air hammer (blunt point of course) in-between the wheel studs works well. I haven't tried this yet. Apparently truck mechanics use this tactic on hub centered brake drums with good success.
I got them by putting some Kroil on all of the stud holes and around the rotor where it contacts the hub. Let it soak for about 5 minutes and a few light taps with a small hammer and they poped off. Thanks for all of the replies.
I got the hub kit from The Power Stroke Shop. Great Kit. Wasn't hard to install at all. Drives so much better now.
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