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#950244 - 03/13/11 07:17 PM lug nut , wheel stud problem
b5a12bee Offline
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Registered: 12/30/03
Posts: 459
Loc: KY
Looks like the previous owner put on the wrong lugs for the studs. Now three of them are stuck on the stud and the stud will just spin.It has wheel adapters on it, small to big lug pattern.Any ideas how to get the lugs off without using a tourch? There not enough room to get a saw on it. Thanks

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#950245 - 03/13/11 07:22 PM Re: lug nut , wheel stud problem [Re: b5a12bee]
Pacnorthcuda Offline
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Registered: 11/19/07
Posts: 19011
Loc: Kirkland, Washington
I assume youve tried an Impact right? And these are not LH thread right?
Drill them out by holding the lug steady with a socket, while drilling down the center of the socket. (Hold socket with vise grips).
Gonna take some good drill bits and lotsa patience.

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#950246 - 03/13/11 09:05 PM Re: lug nut , wheel stud problem [Re: Pacnorthcuda]
RapidRobert Offline
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Registered: 11/20/03
Posts: 33681
Loc: Lincoln Nebraska
What Pac said & spray the bit w some liquid which'll make it drill much faster
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#950247 - 03/13/11 09:32 PM Re: lug nut , wheel stud problem [Re: RapidRobert]
stumpy Offline


Registered: 01/19/03
Posts: 29229
Loc: Grand Prairie,Texas
If it is on the front and has drum brakes you can remove wheel tire and drum as one piece and cut the studs off from the back of the drum.

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#950248 - 03/13/11 09:54 PM Re: lug nut , wheel stud problem [Re: stumpy]
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Quote:

If it is on the front and has drum brakes you can remove wheel tire and drum as one piece and cut the studs off from the back of the drum.




He has wheel adaptors bolted on so nothing is comming off.

Air saw it length wise and you can split it open with a chisel.

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#950249 - 03/13/11 10:57 PM Re: lug nut , wheel stud problem [Re: NITROUSN]
DartGTS Offline
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Registered: 01/21/03
Posts: 393
Loc: ILLinois
Hello:
Had the same situation on my sons road runner, junk Cragers with adapters and striped lug nuts.
Nothing fancy or mysterious just used the "Hot Wrench."
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#950250 - 03/14/11 11:17 AM Re: lug nut , wheel stud problem [Re: NITROUSN]
stumpy Offline


Registered: 01/19/03
Posts: 29229
Loc: Grand Prairie,Texas
Quote:

Quote:

If it is on the front and has drum brakes you can remove wheel tire and drum as one piece and cut the studs off from the back of the drum.




He has wheel adaptors bolted on so nothing is comming off.

Air saw it length wise and you can split it open with a chisel.




If he grinds the factory studs off the back of the drum then he can work on the adapter more easily. The adapter won't stop him from removing the drum from the spindle.

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#950251 - 03/14/11 11:56 AM Re: lug nut , wheel stud problem [Re: stumpy]
JohnRR Offline
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Registered: 01/20/03
Posts: 73521
Loc: U.S.S.A.
Quote:

Quote:

Quote:

If it is on the front and has drum brakes you can remove wheel tire and drum as one piece and cut the studs off from the back of the drum.




He has wheel adaptors bolted on so nothing is comming off.

Air saw it length wise and you can split it open with a chisel.




If he grinds the factory studs off the back of the drum then he can work on the adapter more easily. The adapter won't stop him from removing the drum from the spindle.




, if it's the rear he is SOL , but notthe front.

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