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Wheel Stud / Hub Bolt - How To Replace #281909 Sep 22, 12:29am Sep 22, 12:29am
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Wheel Stud / Hub Bolt - How To Replace
Remove the tire, caliper & rotor first.

There is a small slot designed to allow the stud to be changed. (circled in picture # 2)

Hammer out the old one.

Use a lug nut to pull the new one until its flush.

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Re: Wheel Stud, How to Replace [Re: Haulin_A_Doo] #281910 Sep 22, 3:18pm Sep 22, 3:18pm
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Hub Bolts can be purchased from your Toyota Service Center for about $3 to $5 each...

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Re: Wheel Stud / Hub Bolt, How to Replace [Re: Haulin_A_Doo] #281911 Sep 22, 6:23pm Sep 22, 6:23pm
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Nuts!

Coulda used this about a week ago, and woulda saved me $105 in labor!

Good post! thumbsup


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Re: Wheel Stud / Hub Bolt, How to Replace [Re: Haulin_A_Doo] #281912 Sep 22, 6:51pm Sep 22, 6:51pm
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Definately be careful tightening your lugs. They only require about 75lbs torque. My advice is to not use lubricant on them, it could cause the lugs to losen themselves. Also, all lugs should be retorqued after 20 miles.

The stud cost me about $5 CDN & its roughly a 20 min job to replace it. thumbsup

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Re: Wheel Stud / Hub Bolt, How to Replace [Re: Haulin_A_Doo] #281913 Mar 26, 1:30am Mar 26, 1:30am
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hi i need to change my rear hub bolt but i donno how can i replace it front is easy but can you tell me pls how can i change back hub bolts thank you

Re: Wheel Stud / Hub Bolt, How to Replace [Re: Haulin_A_Doo] #281914 Apr 10, 2:01pm Apr 10, 2:01pm
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This web site has been a life/money saver. I love my 2000 celica gts. I broke a lug, rotating my tires today. I thought I was doomed to an all day repair or a service trip to the dealership. Thanks for the pictures and info.

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