Do they(stock) just spin in the hub? That's happened to me twice on my '96
Rodeo. First time it happened it took me a few hours to get it fixed.
Second time only a few minutes. I didn't want to damage the wheel center to
where I'd have to buy a new one. So, I ended up using a hole saw big enough
to drill thru the stud hole in the wheel center and over the lugnut, took
the center off that way then cut the stud off with a torch. When it
happened the second time, I was prepared.;)
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