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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 07-03-2011, 12:33 AM Thread Starter
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Cross Threaded Stud

So I was taking my wheels off today and noticed that one of the studs is cross threaded. I don't know if I did it or if it happened at the dealer during an oil change. Anyone have experience with this? It looks like the studs are pressed into the hub. Does that mean you take the hub out and take it to the machine shop to have the new stud pressed in?

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What kind of car? Studs are usually easy to replace. Bang them put, pull them in with a lug nut and some washers.




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Exactly what tony said. Put lug nut on the end of stud, smash with hammer. Feed the new one through hole, put about 5 or 6 washers on and tighten lug nut until the stud pulls all the way through. Its pretty easy.
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Depending how bad a thread chaser may do the trick, if not then replace stud.

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An air hammer also works nicely to push the old one out. Still don't know what kind of car it is. If your close by, you can bring it over and I'll do it for 20 bux




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An air hammer also works nicely to push the old one out. Still don't know what kind of car it is. If your close by, you can bring it over and I'll do it for 20 bux
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Hit the stud hard with a hammer. slide new one in and tighten with lugnut

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