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Another Stud Question. #434874 Apr 4, 5:37pm Apr 4, 5:37pm
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Another Stud Question.
I got this far with the removal of my studs... How tha hell do I get behind there to remove the studs? I am not sure on how to remove the brakes and once I get them off how do I get them back on? Any Ideas?

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Re: Another Stud Question. [Re: DSGB4LYF23] #434875 Apr 4, 5:38pm Apr 4, 5:38pm
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Re: Another Stud Question. [Re: DSGB4LYF23] #434876 Apr 4, 5:38pm Apr 4, 5:38pm
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New stud...

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Re: Another Stud Question. [Re: DSGB4LYF23] #434877 Apr 4, 6:19pm Apr 4, 6:19pm
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sorry, i dont know any info to help you, but i was wondering if you could make a Rear Drum Brake Shoe Replacement guide. grin

did they break off?


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Re: Another Stud Question. [Re: Zero] #434878 Apr 4, 7:59pm Apr 4, 7:59pm
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the broken studs hammer out with a punch and a hammer. If you cant squeeze them behind the hub and bearing then you have to take the hub and bearing out. And unless you have an impact gun you'll never get the new ones in yourself. I would suggest taking it to a shop. To take the hub and bearing off there should be 4 bolts behind the unit holding it on. take those out and just pry/hammer the hub and bearing unit off. if its seized on there then good luck. but you shouldnt have to take the brake itself apart. I'm not 100% though cause I've never taken apart a celica at work, Sears Auto centers only charge like 20 bucks per stud replacement. hope this helps some.

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