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Feb 25, 6:14pm - #112160 
Need help finding part number

I bought some Excalibur tuner lugs for my after market wheels (nobody buy, they suck), and in the process of trying the first one it ruined my wheel stud. it has several threads cracked now and wont allow any lug to fit on. frown thumbsdown

My point is can anyone find out a part number for a single replacement wheel stud for the front wheels. Is it even possible to remove a single stud. thanks for any help.

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Feb 25, 8:01pm - #112161 
you wouldn't need a part number for that, you can just call a dealer and they can sell you one. as far as replacing just one stud, definitely. your gonna need a hammer though. the hard part is putting it in not unless you have an impact gun and an air compressor. grin

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