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Ok im officially done modifying my car! I just dont have the cash 4 this sh*t.
ok to the point...
i just lowered my car a few months ago (megan racing lowering springs 1.9) and now my front shocks are blown, my front wheels have serious negative camber, my inner tires wear out, and i just broke a lug stem in the front! oh and i need an alignment.
here is my question. i was doin some research and i have seen that when u replace a lug stem/stud whatever its called u have to replace some sort of seal? i cant just take off my rotor and change that 1 stem? i have a completely broken 1 on the front and a stripped 1 on the rear.
can sum1 enlighten me?
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oh and being lowered didnt break my stem. my front inner tires were bald so i rotated my tires until i could save the $ for some used ones and when i took the rears and put them up front !SURPRISE! my front tires rubbed. yay! come to find out the reason my tires didnt rub at first was cause the tires were already pre worn down so they were just low enough not to rub. and when i tried to take off a lug on my front tire, the stem snapped.
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you dont have to replace any seal. just the stud. you do how ever have to remove the hub and press the stud out.

**** sucks man. but its not that bad.

was the camber caused by the blown shocks?
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Re: Officially DONE!

oh I thought you were going to show us your finished project or motor setup ..

This isn't that bad, this is no reason to give up modifying your car, everyone goes through stuff like this whenever their car is lowered .. one way to make it less of a problematic situation is to learn how to work on your own car so that you won't spend a lot at the shop for labor. Not too sure about 5th-gens, but on my 4th-gen when a stud is broken I just remove caliper and caliper mount and hit the stud with a hammer so that it comes out from the other side, you'll have to rotate the rotor/hub assembly in a way so that the stud has a clear way of exit out the back. The stud is like $ 3.oo, and labor is all you, good luck.
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Studs are easy, even on the front. Do what street ride side and you'll be fine. You may have to end up getting a slide hammer and hub puller and yank that bad bear off there, maybe not. I've had to do that before. And when people tell you that you have to replace the bearing when you do that, tell them to suck it, because you don't. lol
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not sure if the camber was caused by the blown shocks, but i know that my car was almost mint when i bought it and since i started modding it, stuff is just breakin. its all my fault.
im almost finnished too. maybe ill finnish my car in a year or 2 but for now its well being is #1 for me.
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oh I thought you were going to show us your finished project or motor setup ..

This isn't that bad, this is no reason to give up modifying your car, everyone goes through stuff like this whenever their car is lowered .. one way to make it less of a problematic situation is to learn how to work on your own car so that you won't spend a lot at the shop for labor. Not too sure about 5th-gens, but on my 4th-gen when a stud is broken I just remove caliper and caliper mount and hit the stud with a hammer so that it comes out from the other side, you'll have to rotate the rotor/hub assembly in a way so that the stud has a clear way of exit out the back. The stud is like $ 3.oo, and labor is all you, good luck.
thats what i would have thought but after i read a few threads on the Stance area i wasnt too sure.
also i do all my own work on my car i just lack proper tools half the time.
im going to autozone 2day to get 1. ill let u know.
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Studs are easy, even on the front. Do what street ride side and you'll be fine. You may have to end up getting a slide hammer and hub puller and yank that bad bear off there, maybe not. I've had to do that before. And when people tell you that you have to replace the bearing when you do that, tell them to suck it, because you don't. lol
ok. thats what i thought. Honda is usually good about keeping things user friendly lol
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Re: Officially DONE!

lol you should have titled this something else lol

studs are easy to replace. screw the lug nut on by hand first then impact them and you wont strip them.
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Re: Officially DONE!

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studs are easy to replace. screw the lug nut on by hand first then impact them and you wont strip them.
However...if you're like me you will NEVER use an impact on lug nuts. I have seen too many boneheads ruin studs by using an impact gun.

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That's why you start 'em by hand and don't crank the crap out of 'em. just snug then use a big ratchet. Or even a...... torque wrench! :P
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Re: Officially DONE!

ya dude, its not the end of the world. I just replaced my 12th wheel stud in a week haha. every part store around me is out of em. take off the wheel. get a 13mm ratchet and take off the caliper/bracket. get a Phillips head take off the rotor. and bang it out with a hammer. take a grinder to the flange of the new hub so it slides in easy. get some washers and a lug and keep tightening it in. done
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Re: Officially DONE!

Update*

so i go to start the project today and the new lug nuts i got are too big for my stock wheel bar lol my brother said he will loan me his cross bar tomorrow so i can get it done.

just thought id share my awesome luck. thank you all for the advice again.
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easy killer. calm down, just take it one step at a time. like that other said, when u lower a car u ARE going to run n2 a problem. me personally i learned my lesson, i will never lower more than 1.5in b/c i had a cavalier that i lowered 2 all around and man lemme tell ya, stuff started goin wrong that i didnt' even know could lol. if you can, get u some TOKICO or some big name after market shocks, that will help with them lasting longer. I have even been told that some shocks r built for a drop. but don't hold me to this. Where in ga r u located? anywhere near dalton area? I hope you get everything workin well. Trust me this is just the beginning of the problems u will have, everyone, and i do mean EVERYONE has setbacks unless u have an unlimited money flow. just grit ur teeth, and bare with it, and learn from any mistakes, thats all the advice i can give. Any questions, feel free to ask, i'm sure u will get help on here. :)
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thanks man i only wanted to do like 5 things to my car.
intake. header. exaust. lower. lip kit. maybe a repaint. and i was done. now lowering my car has killed the lip idea.
i only wanted like a 1in drop but Megan R only had a 1.9 in drop for my car. so i took it and its like 2.5. nice
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look into gettin some coilovers that way u can adjust them. just a thought. least then u can adjust the hights. ur lip idea is not killed yet. just try to be patcient and deal with each problem as it arises, thats all u can do, hey where in ga u at? anywhere near the dalton area?
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lol i just told u the same on ur thread lol.
nah im in the gwinnette area. like Duluth. where is Dalton? like west?
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dalton is northwest. i'm about 35min from chatt. lol
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lol. yeah i live in the sticks.
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Maybe I'm wrong but you said you got lowering springs, then the struts blew out right?

If thats the case, then that there would be your problem. Coilovers for the win.


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Maybe I'm wrong but you said you got lowering springs, then the struts blew out right?

If thats the case, then that there would be your problem. Coilovers for the win.


Also, don't use megan stuff.
yeah i guess so. but a friend of a friend works there (at Megan) and got me a deal. im ok with their springs. its the side effects i cant stand. oh and i meant my SHOCKS are blown. lol
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Struts and shocks are the same thing, to my knowledge. And putting lowering springs on stock struts will blow them out.
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They're not the same thing. One locates other suspension components, the other doesn't. Can't remember which is which though haha.
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I'm not talking about any metal components, I'm talking about the shocks. Shocks that don't have coild on them are called struts.


To my knowledge anyway. It's been over a year since I took S+S, close to 2 years in fact.
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u shoulda did struts when u did the lowering springs!!

modding a car is never gonna be cheap if u do it the right way....if ur not gonna build it right....... yea maybe stock is better for you

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