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Old 11-01-2012, 12:36 PM
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Bad stud?

So when I bought the truck the previous owner said he had 'just' lost lug on one of the wheels. I didn't think to much about it until I got home and took a closer look and noticed the stud might be bad. looked back at the for sale pics and it was missing from there also so I think it was off for quite some time. The thread dose not look like Im getting a lug on there.

Any ideas?
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Old 11-01-2012, 12:49 PM
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Front or rear? f250 or 350? Single rear wheel or dual? Usually you beat it into the hub and buy a new one. to install the new one have an extra cheap lugnut handy and a bunch of washers. Push in the new lug through the back of the hub and put several washers over the lug on the outside and then screw on the cheap nut. Impact on the nut until the lug is fully seated in the rear of the hub.

If it's one of the ones thats built into the rear drum that is integral to the hub then you will need remove the whole thing to get to the back side of the brake. none of this is a hard job and if it's in the front it is really easy.
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Old 11-01-2012, 04:06 PM
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Sorry, it is a 97 F250 CCSB 4WD Dana60 and Dana80 front and rear.
The bad stud is on the front passenger side.

Can I pick up a new stud at advanced or napa?
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Old 11-01-2012, 04:11 PM
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they should have one but do you know what year the donor truck was from might make a difference on what stud it needs
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I have no idea?
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Knock it out and take it to them. Slim to none that they won't have it. I think it's a 9/16 x 20 x 3". The d60 front is the same stud on all 4x4's Ford and Dodge since the 80's.
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Sorry, it is a 97 F250 CCSB 4WD Dana60 and Dana80 front and rear.
The bad stud is on the front passenger side.

Can I pick up a new stud at advanced or napa?
Sorry to derail but those aren't stock axles for that truck. You might want to look over everything really close. The D60 front is a common swap but a D80 rear is not.
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Old 11-02-2012, 09:07 AM
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Ok this had become more involved then I was expecting.

Now that I have the truck up In The air and tires off I see that I am working with a d60 kingpin axle so for me to get to the stud I have to pull the hub ?

Also noticed that one of my MM locking hubs has some play in it? What would cause that?
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Old 11-02-2012, 09:16 AM
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If it's a d60 kingpin then yes, you'll have to pull the hub. Not altogether complicated but you'll need a tool for the wheel bearing locknut. The play in the hub could be that nut as that holds pressure against the wheel bearing. is the play in the whole wheel assemble (can you rock the whole tire back and forth from top and bottom?)
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Old 11-02-2012, 09:20 AM
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Yeah I don't have wheel bearing lock nut wrench. Crap.

The play in the hub is actually just the locking hub case.even fully tight the hub can be wiggled.
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