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Two Broken Wheel Studs on Front Driver's Side

We have two broken wheel studs on the driver's side front of the car. We have a 200o Honda Accord. I wonder if it would be easier to take it somewhere for repairs or to do it ourselves. I priced the studs themselves and they are pretty cheap but we've never done anything like this to the vehicle and I'm afraid we may bite off more than we can chew with this one. Any help?

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It would be best to have the work carried out at a garage of your choice. A garage you have used before and trust to do a good job. Depending how long it takes to free the studs, will depend on the final price.

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