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The threads which my wheel nuts screw onto are damaged what is the part that i need

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  • williemore Apr 20, 2009

    Thank you to dorral233 dr-custom and molson02536 that is great news can get sorted now and know what i m asking for at the shop.



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They are called wheel studs and can be replaced by removing the wheel hub.
Once you have the wheel hub removed you need to press fix the old studs out and press fit the new one's on place.
Never use a hammer to remove the studs, you may end up damaging the hub bearing  which means more money out the door.
Good luck and hope this helps. Most shop can do this in about an hour but most charge about 2 hours. Sorry for the bad news.
If you'll try to do it your self you can get away by useing a few large washers and a good C Clamp and pipe for leverage

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The part that is on the hub that the actual lug nut threads onto is called the "lug stud" or "wheel stud". You will probably need to buy a new "lug nut" for each of the lug studc that you replace.Depending on which end of the car you are replaceing the lug stud on, you will have to do some partial brake removal to replace the lug stud.Unless you have done this type of repair before, you may want to have this done at a professional repair facility,especailly on the front replacement.
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Wheel studs are replaceable.See your local dealer.

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