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HOW TO INSTALL TIRE STUDS - Malibu Chevrolet Cars & Trucks

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Do you mean wheel studs for the nuts to install on almost every car or truck you remove the tire and rim after jacking it of corse in the rear with drum brakes you have to take the drum off first then hit on the broken stud with a hammer to remove and install the new one with thightening the stud with the nut possibly by hand rachett in the front it is more complicated some models the stud doesnt pass with the brakes on car you might have to remove the brakes and disc or rotor to have access if there is a problem just ask i will help you

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Take the tire off pull the caliper off then the rotor will slide right off pop them out with a hammer pop the new ones back in with a hammer assemble back how u took appart

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