Remove the wheel and brake drum. Take a good maul and knock out the studs.
Insert the new studs. Using the wheel remount on the axel (with out the
drum) using the lug nuts. Tighten the lugs until the studs pull in all the
way. Remove the wheel place the brake drum and the wheel. I just hope you
are using air tools you can do it with a lug wrench but you are going to
have a time doing it.
On Fri, 17 Jun 2005 19:35:03 -0400, "turkeyfootnc"
Remove the drum - smack the studs on the end with a hammer to knoch
them in, then replace with new ones. I've found you can pull them in
pretty easy using a stack of well greased washers and a lug-nut
installed flat side first.
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