Originally Posted by kg4kpg
You can replace it without pulling the shaft, just be careful. Punch out the broken stud out, slide the new one in. When I had to do one, I put several washers over it and used a lug nut to seat it. Once you put the wheel on you can crank it down to seat it the rest of the way.
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