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Old 11-18-2010, 04:34 PM
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got a new timken hub assembly with no studs?????????????????????????

how do i get the old studs out? or where can i get new studs? im really in a bind here ive looked all over please help.
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Old 11-18-2010, 04:48 PM
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You can get new studs from any parts store or dealer. Otherwise they just pound or press out and pull in with a standard nut and a few washers. If you use the lug nut and the rim you run a risk of damaging them.
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yep just pop out the old ones.
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im talking about the 4 on the back...the ones that r threaded in.
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Old 11-18-2010, 05:41 PM
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you should be able to "jam nut" them (find two nuts that fit the stud and tighten them against each other) and pull them out
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Old 11-18-2010, 05:45 PM
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Oh I thought you were talking about the lugs studs. Yeah take and jamb 2 nuts together on there and you should be able to crank them out. Otherwise they make a tool that will take them out, but I'm not sure that it won't damage the threads. Stud Removers
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i tried that first....the threads only go down an inch or so on both sides so the jam nut process is pretty difficult. i was wrenching on it hard and got nothing.
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A little heat on the hub to release the loctite.
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Ok here is where i sit....... i got one out but only because the nut pretty much welded it self on the stud so i just backed it out but the nut is still on the stud, as for the next one that i tried the nut on the bottom just kept tightening, after backing it out it had maybe two threads left the rest was flat from being fed up the post on the unthreaded portion. bottom line im going to need new studs and nuts f*** the old hub assembly and the studs. so where do i get these double side threaded studs? dealer prolly has them i guess but thats last resort. any ideas? thanks guys.
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Old 11-18-2010, 07:55 PM
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You could take your new bearing back and find one with the studs already installed. I've seen them come both ways for our trucks but i can't remember what brand had them installed.
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