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Old 07-21-2013, 07:58 PM
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broken lug

My lug broke and I need to replace it

Does anyone have a good website I could look up the part number?

How do I put a new one on?

there is not enough room between the E-brake and the hub to slide another one in there after I beat the other one out.
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Old 07-22-2013, 11:36 AM
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Your going to have to pull the axle. You probably can pound the broken one out but your more then likely going to have to press the new one on, just my .02 cents
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Old 07-23-2013, 09:57 AM
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I haven't had to do one on my 2009, but if it is the same as on my DRW 2000 than you can not just pound the other one out and the new one in. Not enough clearance.

It kind of seems like a big job but it REALLY isn't.

Also not sure if there is any difference in SRW/DRW.
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Old 07-25-2013, 10:16 AM
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EEEWwwww. That's like the cheapest part to replace but the biggest pain in the arse to replace it. Sorry man! While you're in there, make sure replace all the seals and change your diff fluid.
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Old 07-25-2013, 10:34 AM
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Ok i did it. I didnt take the axle out. I just applied the e brake and pounded the stud out. Then there was just enough room to wiggle the stud out and insert a new one. Then i got a bunch of washers and put it on the new stud and a lug nut and tightened it down with a gun untill the new stud pulled into place. The stud was a 14mmx1.5 thread
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Ok i did it. I didnt take the axle out. I just applied the e brake and pounded the stud out. Then there was just enough room to wiggle the stud out and insert a new one. Then i got a bunch of washers and put it on the new stud and a lug nut and tightened it down with a gun untill the new stud pulled into place. The stud was a 14mmx1.5 thread
Yeah baby! I love when I'm smarter than the truck. Good job man. I thought you might figure out an easier way!
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