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Thread: How To: Replace a rear wheel stud

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    Cheers Wez, I've got one of those ball joint splitters so I can use that

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    This could be a silly question but do you need to remove the discs and brake calipers in order to do this? (suppose ill find out when I go to do it)

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    Yes mate just undo the bolts holding the carryer and pop disc off take a look in first post at pics
    It can be done with brake shoes still fitted just take time to guide the studs past the springs in and out make it easyier for your self so you don't push a stud out then you get it stuck

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    cheers, struggled to get the callipers off i'll try the above on friday. My wheel studs are slightly longer than OEM will this make it more difficult to manoeuvre them into place?

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