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I have a 2000 honda accord and was trying to replace the studs that were broke during tire removal. Do i have to take out axle nut(big nut) in the center? If so what is the proper way to remove.

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You don't need to take out the axle. But you must take off the bignut plus the hub. That way you would have the medium advantage to knock out the broken stud. This has happened on my Odyssey once. And I had it done in shop for about 75-bucks. If you don't have the proper tools at home, it might be tough getting it done, though.

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