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My wheel studs is breaking off one by one like every 250 miles but first studs would break from the middle of the lugnuts half of broken stud would fall out the lugnut leaving the lugnut hanging on by...


you migh need just bigger lug nuts there easy to replace just remothe the rotor hamer the old studs out slide in the new one just as if you were puting on the rim with out acually put in it on so it will set even with the others and thats it

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The lugs are generally pressed into the rotor. They have a fluted shank which prevents them from turning when you torque the lugnuts. If you are going to do this job yourself, they can be driven out with a punch. The new replacement can be drawn into position with the lugnut, but you might need to utilize some spacers and washers to do this.
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