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04-28-2008 06:57 PM
Tinker
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Originally Posted by Unlimited View Post
I've been running four lugs on my driver's side rear for about a year now. (I need to fix that!) Just make sure the others are tight.....
Mine was the same way I fixed it when I R&Red the wheel cylinder and shoes a few days ago.
04-28-2008 06:50 PM
mrbigjeep i got a new stud put on for free though

i only ran without it for a few days
04-28-2008 06:39 PM
orange05tj
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Originally Posted by mrbigjeep View Post
you'll be fine. i had my tires rotated and one of the lugs was cross threaded so they had to break the stud.
Thats how mine broke. I say cross thread is better then no thread
04-28-2008 06:37 PM
mrbigjeep you'll be fine. i had my tires rotated and one of the lugs was cross threaded so they had to break the stud.
04-28-2008 06:13 PM
98TJSahara Double check the lugs if you have Alum. wheels for saftey. Then LIVE DANGEROULY, as that other guy said!
04-28-2008 06:11 PM
98TJSahara I broke at least 5-8 studs in the past 2 years on two out three cars/JEEPS, Ok, one car and 2 JEEPS. At times was runnin the TJ with 2 broke on 1 wheel and other such variations, no probs. Eventually got all of them fixed. LIVE DANGEROUSLY I say!!
04-28-2008 06:09 PM
sgnellett And keep it on the road!
04-28-2008 06:07 PM
Unlimited I've been running four lugs on my driver's side rear for about a year now. (I need to fix that!) Just make sure the others are tight.....
04-28-2008 06:03 PM
orange05tj yeah, at least its the back. I've run 5 out of 8 on my old 73 Ford for a long time. Just didnt drive it as much as I do the Jeep. As long as my wheel dont pass me down the road, I'll be ok
04-28-2008 05:54 PM
cherokee980 JB weld it on!!!! HA HA !!! No man, you should be safe for a while, but as stated above...get it fixed as soon as you can!
04-28-2008 05:00 PM
jpdocdave its not that dangerous, but fix it as soon as you can.
04-28-2008 04:57 PM
orange05tj
ooops

I was rotating my rear tires today and broke a stud. Im running 4 out of 5 lugs now. Think its safe? I dont have any time to get it fixed right now, maybe some time next month.

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