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Old 04-17-2010, 10:00 AM
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snapped wheel stud

hi, i need to replace a wheel stud, can anyone describe the type i need? does it knock in from the back? or screw in? and how long shud it be?

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Re: snapped wheel stud

i would just take one of the good ones out and bring it to autozone and say "i need one of these"


they are easy to do, they hammer out from the front, and go in from the back, use the lugnuts to pull them in all the way. really not a hard job at all.. and they do not screw in.
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i would just take one of the good ones out and bring it to autozone and say "i need one of these"


they are easy to do, they hammer out from the front, and go in from the back, use the lugnuts to pull them in all the way. really not a hard job at all.. and they do not screw in.
its not that easy, i had to do it on mine, there is a easy way to do it tho.......the problem is the preludes hub doesn't clear the stud head when u slid the new on in, so rather than take the hub and bearings apart i took the new stud to the grinding wheel and took one side and made it flat so it could hammer it in......even the old tech at the local Honda dealer told me they do it that way all the time, otherwise u will have to take ur hub apart to get the new one in

getting the old one out is easy cus u can just cut it and hammer it out
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The rear studs do slide through without modification or bearing disassembly. Fronts are more work
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The rear studs do slide through without modification or bearing disassembly. Fronts are more work
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The rear studs do slide through without modification or bearing disassembly. Fronts are more work
I haven't had to replace any studs on my 4th gen but on my 5th gen I had to replace a rear stud. The hub is in the way to get the new stud in. What I did is to grind off the lip of the back of the stud on one side so that the stud would clear the hub. Only just managed to get it in that way. Not the best way to do it but I wasn't going to do it the hard way!!!
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Re: snapped wheel stud

thanks for your help everyone but it has been to no avail. unfortuneatly i binned the lude in the wet and the body damage is beyond repair so i will have to sell the car in spares once i strip it i'll post up what i have but everything will be available appart from wheels, bumpers and the nearside door.

once again for trying to help
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