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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-14-2010, 02:45 PM Thread Starter
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Lug Studs/Bolts

I need to replace the lug studs in my front right tire and I was wondering if the bots were press out or if they just slide out after dissembling the breaks?

I was not planning on doing them myself I figured that i would just take them to the tire place down the road and have them do it. or is it possible for my neighbor to be able to do it for me?

Also a last question What size mm the bolt is, if anyone knew off the top of their head

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12x1.5, 41.5mm Knurl diameter 12.73mm

I have about 10 leftover lugs from my rear hubs because when i used spacers the stock ones weren't long enough.


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Im going to need to replace all 4 on the front wheel because one of them wasn't tightened all the way and managed to mess the rest of the threads

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that's fine. They're not super cheap, but autozone/o'reilly's/kragen etc. has them in stock. You can just tap them out with a big hammer and use an open ended lug nut to impact them back on. Your neighbor will probably have no issues doing it.


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How much will the lugs cost for me to buy them well just 4 of them?

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~$2.50 a piece.


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Lugs were cheap, last time getting tires, I had 2 break on them at the shop and it took longer for them to go the parts store and back than to put them on. Cost total of $15 for 2 to be replaced.



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