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Old 03-30-2004, 10:28 AM   #1
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I had my tires rebalanced the other day and the jack holes cross threaded two of the wheel studs on my rear wheel. How hard are they to replace? Do I have to remove the hub from the spindle or can they be pounded out and new ones put in with the hub in place?

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I changed all the rear studs on my Park Avenue when i did my rear brakes. If you remove the drum, the studs SHOULD be able to be pounded out, installation is fairly straight forward to. There isnt much room between the break assembly and the studs however, so it is tight.
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