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PostPosted: Fri Jan 16, 2009 11:12 am 
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Ok i will head over to ACE and find a normal nut that fits those threads and then keep it forever. I will grab a few thick washers also to spread out the force..oh boy monday should be fun :roll:

At least you have the 2k to drive in the mean time!!

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 16, 2009 11:47 am 
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Ok i will head over to ACE and find a normal nut that fits those threads and then keep it forever. I will grab a few thick washers also to spread out the force..oh boy monday should be fun :roll:

At least you have the 2k to drive in the mean time!!


AND LOVIN EVERY MINUTE OF IT!

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 20, 2009 10:42 pm 
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Here's what I am working with. Gotta get to it this week..
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Dave you should have left the wheel on and brought it over to us... Would have had you fixed in a jiffy...lol

You'll have to use a large punch or like item and pound the sucker out


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Are those the factory rotors? Looks like a lot of play in the bolt holes. You might be getting another broken stud sooner than you think.

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 21, 2009 5:02 pm 
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Not factory but its been years since i bought those.. I will post more pics as I get to it, but its a little cold right now LOL. Don, I might just take you up on that before its all over LOL.. the wife is going to her mom's this weekend..its just me and the dog :beerchug:

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Ok so i could not get th stud out with the hub on the car so I pulled the hub..Then i started smacking the sh*t out of it LOL I got the stud out. I am taking a lunch break and then i am going to go get it all back together...what a pain in the a$$.

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Ok another break. Got the new stud pressed/pulled in with some washers and such and the back is flush up with the back of the hub. Got the hub back in and torqued up and now i just need to run up to the parts store to grab some brake parts cleaner to finish cleaning up and finish her off...

Ps..i almost wish i had just got a new hub at this point..seeing as I already had the MFer out.

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