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If you are trying to change a broken or bad threads on a wheel stud you only have to tap it with a hammer to drive it out of the hub. You install new ones with a nut that is larger than the threads on the new stud. You put the new stud in from the back of the hub, put the larger nut over the stud and use a lug nut and a wrench to pull the new stud tight into the hub.

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