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WHEEL STUDS BREAKING - 2006 Toyota Land Cruiser

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    paul erickson May 11, 2010

    do you have aftermarket wheels on this truck ?

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Special anti-seize high-temp compound is available at any auto parts store.
Ask for it. It will help stop the breaking!

Posted on Nov 19, 2009

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There is another option. The wheel if not factory, might not be sitting over the hub. This would cause this issue as the studs would be taking the full weight of the vehicle. Aftermarket wheels sometimes sit on top of the hub and not over it. If the wheel is sitting over the hub, it will add support to the weight stopping this issue.

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The only things that can cause this is either overtightening or a bent axle face or wheel

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