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Haulin_A_Doo Sep 8, 6:55pm - #269852 
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Broken Stud

So what happens now, do I have to replace the rotor?
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slidr Sep 8, 6:58pm - #269853 

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No, not the rotor, but the axle hub.

See? Different pieces...
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slidr Sep 8, 7:05pm - #269854 

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That looks like a very clean break too.

Did you over tighten them?

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Haulin_A_Doo Sep 8, 7:22pm - #269855 
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Yah, I put a little too much on that little crow bar I guess.

Okay, I see what you mean. How much is an axle hub worth do you think?
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RicePowered Sep 8, 7:25pm - #269856 
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The hub assembly is $95.00 but they list the actually bolts as a seperate item for $3.00 so you may be able to just get a new bolt.

Remove the Hub, press out the old one and press in the new one. confused
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Haulin_A_Doo Sep 8, 7:30pm - #269857 
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Originally Posted by RicePowered

The hub assembly is $95.00 but they list the actually bolts as a seperate item for $3.00 so you may be able to just get a new bolt.

Remove the Hub, press out the old one and press in the new one. confused


Wierd, I'll take a looksee & find out. $3 sounds reasonable! laughsilly
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VSGTS14 Sep 8, 7:47pm - #269858 

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this happened to TimO and my dads yota fixed it for him thumbsup thumbsup

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celicafourotwo Sep 8, 7:47pm - #269859 

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good luck bro.. thumbsup

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Whenever my car is at a full stop or even in park the RPM never sits on 0. what does this mean?
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ikin Sep 8, 8:41pm - #269860 
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actuually i broke the stud b4 too, it was on the front drivers side, i just took out the oiece and out in a new stud, you have to play around wiht the dust shield i think good luck though, its relatively easy by the way thumbsup
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slidr Sep 8, 8:56pm - #269861 

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Yeah, it does look like it can be replaced, and good luck getting everything disassembled, cause suspension parts can be a pain in the ass to take apart.

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slidr Sep 8, 8:57pm - #269862 

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Oh, and once you get it off, take one of the bolts out and take it down to your local hardware store to see if you can buy one there. Chances are you can.

Toyota has to order almost everything, and it could take a few days to get in.

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Haulin_A_Doo Sep 8, 9:14pm - #269863 
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You have to be careful when buying bolts, they have to be suitable for the purpose. The amount of tension & heat they have to take, I'd be hesitant to use something from a hardware store.

A truck driver known by a friend of mine bought his chains at Home Depot to tie down his load of steel coils instead of using the correctly rated safety chains. He was hauling close to his maximum load (120,000 lbs) and the chains snapped, luckily the roll went into the ditch & didn't flatten any cars. Same principal applies, you have to know the rating of the bolt & the rating required for the application.
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