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Old 09-05-2011, 10:02 AM
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Front wheel stud?

I get an idea I asked this a while ago but can't remember the answer I'm afraid.

I've got a broken wheel stud on the front wheel of my 81 Cherokee vin number 1JENA18N7CT049150.

Is it just a case of taking the old one out with an eeziout and screwing a new one in or do I have to disassemble and renew from the back?

I'm taking the car overseas soon and don't want ot get involved in any major work right now.

If it is a case of just taking the old one out from the front and screwing the new one in, can someone tell the the size & thread of the stud please?

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Old 09-05-2011, 10:16 AM
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It is pretty easy, you just take the hub and rotor assembly off, drive the stud out from the front and then drive the new one in from behind.

*to get the hub and rotor assembly off you have to take your hub (or drive flange) off, the caliper (you can leave it connected to the brakeline) and then the bearing retaining nuts. It will slide off after that.
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Old 09-05-2011, 10:55 AM
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OK. Thanks... it'll have to wait until I get to Portugal because I won't even have time to order the spares here.

Shouldn't be any great panic to get it done though.
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most parts store stock them.. at least here they do... advance auto parts ...Part No. 98030.1
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