Question about 1996 Honda Accord
Remove the spindle, take it to a shop with a press, have them press off the hub, replace the broken wheel stud and reinstall.
P.S. If it is a one piece like quite a few accords are, then you may need a bearing as well due to the breakage rate when they are removed.
Hope that helps.
also, 80 lbs/ft is plenty of torque for the lug nuts on any honda car.
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
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