Nice write up.... but I tried this myself this weekend on my 99 civic. And before I took the cap off the hub I looked at it and thought there is enough room to remove and put a stud on the right side right in the middle. Surf enough I was able pound out the stud and replace without even moving the hub... I have small fingers though.
thanks to this write up i was able to replace my rear driver side wheel stud on my EJ.
but instead of just replacing the one i replaced all four on that hub because DONT DO THIS--> stupid me put the hub with the studs into the wheel and hammered them back in that way, because they will damage the threads on the other studs.
dats watt iam talkin about a proper write up nice 1 man, save me sum cash i was goin to get a new hub thanks man.........................................................................................
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great freakin write up man, it helped me a lot
but i actually didnt do the steps after i took that drum cover off...
i hammered the 2 broken stud (i have 2 i must be special, *facepalm*) out without removing the centre cap and the 32mm nut
i was able to take out the broken stud and put new ones in just like that
i had to put the wheel nut in and tighten it up, wheel nut out again, put the drum cover on (e-brake on), wheel nut tighten it again
then i took the cover out(e-brake off) and check, it worked
only did this becuz i dont have any other tooks in house and i cant take the silver plate out...
can anyone tell me if thats safe, or even sound safe? cuz i dont wanna take it to a shop to them to double check
i took it for a spin and it seems ok
Hey yo I did the lug stud removal to my eg sedan but apperantly the right rear drum hub doesn't come slide off...what should I do to remove it...?I'm intalling extended lug studs but just need that corner...