Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: May 2010
Location: Swampscott, MA
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The old ones were a ***** to get off, and reinstall on the new hubs.
I couldn't find new studs worth of nothing either, so I wound up taking them off the old hubs.
I put 2 nuts on the stud, tighten them together as hard as I could, then heat up the old hub in a vice and turn the inside nut to get it out, then I had to heat up the outer nut to separate it from the inner with the stud in the vice.
It was a huge pain in the ***, but it worked.
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