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In most cases the brake caliper and rotor will have to be removed. The affected stud can then be pounded out with a hammer. An air gun should be used to install the new stud using a spacer between the stud and hub assembly. Put the nut on the stud and using the air gun, pull it through un til it seats against the spacer and the hub
Posted on Apr 25, 2015
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