How do I remove front broken wheel lugnut studs?

I have the caliper and rotor off and cant bang the broken stud through because it hits the wheel hub. Do I have to remove the hub. If so is it just the large nut in the middle? Thanks:)

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snipped-for-privacy@webtv.net (:\) :\)) wrote in 3333.bay.webtv.net:

What kinda car? What year?
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Depends entirely on model and year. May help to know if you have ABS also.
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Geez...dont know what I was thinking:) It is a 1998 honda civic 2 door. I got as far as taking caliper and rotor off. I then removed the large axle nut but nothing happened. I know somehow I have to remove the hub assembly?(part the holds the lug studs) because I cant bang them through as I have done in the past with other cars. With this car the rear of the studs will not clear the back piece in order to remove them... Thanks!! :)Nate
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":)" wrote:

Here's a link to a factory service manual for a '98 Civic Aerodeck, http://tinyurl.com/2n2gbw . The front hub assembly may be similar to your '98 2 door.
Eric
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Hello Eric, Thanks so much but my dumb webtv could not open the link. I looked at the Haynes manual and it had no mention of it either...wow. Thanks again Eric :)Nate
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":)" wrote:

The link is to a pdf file. You'll need a pdf reader, e.g., Adobe Acrobat or something else, to view the file so you may need to use a computer to download the file and open it. I really have no idea what you may or may not be able to do with webtv.
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