Re: How do I Remove Wheel Studs from Axle???
Place an old lug nut onto the stud and whack the nut with a BFH.
Now, if the new studs are so long they will not install into the flange with the axle installed in the housing, then you have to remove the rear diff cover, pull out the diff pinion shaft, remove the C-clips, and pull out the axles to remove/replace the studs. Assemble in the reverse order, don't forget to add oil & posi additive.
To install the new studs, one can press them into the flange. Or, one can use two Gr 8 washers and a Gr 8 nut. Lube the threads and the two washers. Place new stud into flange. Place two washers onto new stud. Thread onto the new stud, the nut. Use the nut to 'pull' the new stud into place. Repeat four more times to finish axle. Pepeat for the other side/axle.
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