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01-16-2011 06:17 AM
JAX-SRF This is a great question! I currently have a bent stud on the front and was thinking about replacing it myself. It is not bent so bad that I can't remove and replace the wheel. However, I know it's bent, ya know.
01-16-2011 01:20 AM
jasonwrangler for the rear you just smack till it comes out, remove drum first.
the front I heard if you remove rotor and caliper you should have enough space.
01-16-2011 01:06 AM
wavebacktothetj
Replacing wheel studs...

I have some cross threaded studs on my 04 and I was told by 4wheelparts that for the rear you have to remove the axle shaft and in the front the hub has to come off, is this true? I really don't have the time to mess with this has anyone replaced Jeep studs, and if you had it done how much did it cost you thank you!

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