replacing studs on pontiac gran prix

Asked by Oct 26, 2013 at 04:26 PM about the 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix GT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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prepare the new ones...hammer them back and out of the mounting hub~ that's all there is...a little disassembly...if you've got a hydraulic press is a little more elegant a solution...of course when you tighten them will seat up to the stopping shoulder~

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the peen side of a medium sized ball peen hammer will not cause the hub to bend~ takes a steady hand not to slip and cause damage~

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I like to leave the lug nuts on the ends of the studs when I hammer them out so I don't mess up the threads

...a steady hand...mash -em up, and you'll still have remove them...so it should not take much more force than impact here~ if you really need the "big target"....just do not put them all 0f the way on~

tappa...tappa...tappa...NOT whimbang kapow....got it?

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