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This is a discussion on New studs..... within the Wheels and Tires forums, part of the General Help category; Originally Posted by pajeff02:2766821 Not a clue what they would charge. I guess I will call around after I try ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by pajeff02:2766821
    Not a clue what they would charge.
    I guess I will call around after I try a few more things.
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    I have the Mosers up front also. Mine went right in without a fight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cpop98ws6:2766859
    I have the Mosers up front also. Mine went right in without a fight.
    I feel like I am not doing something right lol... that or the problem is my impact wrench. Anyone know how much torque it takes to put them in? My air impact is good up to like 260 lbs or something, its a cheap one but has worked for most things so far.
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    I wouldn't grind it, maybe try a round wire brush first.

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    Since I used a hydraulic press, I can say that mine also went in fairly easy. Seriously, popping your spindle arm off the car is quick and easy to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pajeff02:2766987
    Since I used a hydraulic press, I can say that mine also went in fairly easy. Seriously, popping your spindle arm off the car is quick and easy to do.
    What is the best way to pop it off mine is like stuck. I can get everything off but the lower ball joint it won't come off if it.

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    Loosen the nut until it is flush with the end of the stud and whack it with a hammer. Just be careful not to miss and damage your wheel speed sensor for the ABS/TCS. If that does not work, a ball joint separator can be used, using caution so as not to tear your rubber boot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pajeff02:2766997
    Loosen the nut until it is flush with the end of the stud and whack it with a hammer. Just be careful not to miss and damage your wheel speed sensor for the ABS/TCS. If that does not work, a ball joint separator can be used, using caution so as not to tear your rubber boot.
    I need to replace the ball joint anyways, I will try this tomorrow.

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    The key is to not damage the threads -- that is why you unscrew the nut until it is flush with the end of the stud.

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