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Broken Lugs For a Chevrolet Trailblazer

Hi, I Heard a Noise Coming From My Wheel & decided To take My truck To a Tire Shop! Once The tire Was Removed The technican Found That One Of My Lugs Had Broken Off! While Tightening The Remaining Lugs a 2nd Lug Broke Off, He Told Me That I Can Still Drive My Truck! What''s Causing This Problem?? Thank You Jen

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I might try a different shop. I have never heard of a broken Stud nut making any noise I hope they diagnosed a problem with the noise. Also in-experinced tire tech's over tighten lugs with their impact wrench and snap broken studs

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Loose lugs?

Posted on Apr 17, 2009

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