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I have a 1997 isuzu rodeo. 2wd. the front left wheel hub has sheered off 3 of the lugs. do I need to replace the entire wheel hub or can the lugs be replaced? If so how.

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Just the lugs can be replaced. about $2 a piece at local parts store.
removing tire brake caliper and bracket and disk. use a pin chisel and sledge to pop them out. insert new ones slide rotor on screw in a lug nut to pull the bolt trough. (its pressed in). use grease on bolt and nut so it wont seize and strip. repeat for other 2

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Depends if the studs are pressed in or an as built unit. Have a look at what the stud looks like and if it appears to have little grooves in the back side, you can hammer out the other 2 and then replace. I would also look into why the studs are having that much force that they are being sheered off.

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