Question about 1986 Oldsmobile Toronado
As all or most wheel studs are pressed into hub,if you are taking them out with hub still on car,usually a good wack with hammer on stud works (with a second hammer behind hub to take up the shock,works great,as long as ure not re-using studs,if hubs are off of the car use a vise and hammer to remove and flip hub over to re-install new studs
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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