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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 03-31-2009, 09:56 PM Thread Starter
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Replacing Lug Studs

My lugs got loose and broke 2 of them... How would I go about replacing them? Can you replace them?

And where can I buy a couple of nuts and studs?

1996 sport 4.6 130k and still strong.
1991 SC 3.8 project and toy.
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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 04-01-2009, 11:41 AM
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lugs & studs

Hello

I have T-bird studs & lugs. USED.
How many sets are you looking for?

I use over-sized lugs & studs for my race car.

They are a press fit from the back side. You can get a big punch & Hammer or
tool like a balljoint tool.
Make sure there is room to push the stud out the back.

To install: place in hole, from the back. use washers & your lug nut. Make sure you use an anti seize type lube. Also use hand tools NOT an impact gun! Tighten ALL the way.

I have A press. But the parts must come off to use it.

Paul

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Thanks, I ended up calling the steelership and they had some. Wasn't too bad just took some muscle.

1996 sport 4.6 130k and still strong.
1991 SC 3.8 project and toy.
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