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Old 02-20-2012, 07:31 PM   #1
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How to Replace studs on Wheel spacers

Hello i have a set of wheel spacers and im trying to replace the studs, idk if i can just hammer it out and then just hammer the other one in, or if there is any kind of glue or anything i put on it
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Old 02-20-2012, 07:56 PM   #2
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Do it like you would do a wheel stud on your hub and hammer the old one out the id probably put osme loctite on the new one and just stick it in as far as it will go (thats what she said ) and find a socket that is shorter than the amount of thread showing on the new stud and start the nut/lug untill it draws the new stud up into the spacer... Hopefully that makes a little sence
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thanks man i will try it tommorow
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Sure thing man, thats how we put new studs into the beamers and benz's at work so i would think it would be about the same idea for the wheel spacers
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