Jackson Cruz: Awesome. Thanks for the video. I was about to spend $75 on s stud installer
rig but I have a free used CV joint nut in my garage. I'll try your method.
Bluefin 01: Gotta get the broken one off first. USELESS... Vid should say how to
install not replace....
Jesse Villarreal: tacos
Joshua Shoemaker: Great video, freezing the stud did the trick. Thanks you saved me 50 bucks.
Tony Redden: Now THIS is the one I was looking for!! It would HELP if the videos were
mel gonzalez: thank you bro!!!!
Justin White: man, there are so many places to insert "that's what she said" in this
hoggerdave: Good job.
PerfectallyNormal: Will this work for a standard 4 lug car?
wb5rue: Excellent video! I had been told that I need to have it pressed in and
pressed out so I hadn't considered trying. I found your video and did it
myself in about ten minutes. I used dry ice to cool the stud and it almost
slipped in without the lug nut. I was able to use a 5/8 socket and the lug
nut to pull it down the rest of the way. Stud cost $1.25, brake parts
cleaner $4.59. Saved about $50. Thanks so much!
Jonathan Ward: Thank you much, this was very helpful!
Nna Sulaiman Musa Obilaso: DAMN GOOD DEMONSTATION VIDEOS. I've fixed everything on my cars just by
watching these videos
Kenny: @mattrichardson7 congrats.
Aaron Zulueta: ohhhhh i see ty dude hope i dont get confused in the brake caliper area \m/
o(olo)o \m/ keep rocking
Justin Wagner: why do you say that?
newbreedbL: Very helpful
the3rdeye88: what about 3" studs on an SN95 rear axle with the abs gear?...do i have to
take it to a machine shop?
AnTicAC3Z: would this work on atv's to?
ekeller88: You dont need a constant velocity nut! Just a stack of flat washers will
do! Turn the lug nut arround backwards so that the cone is facing you and
pull the stud through. This is 100% esier is you have a friend with a
Omar Chisolm: @expertvillage my stud is loose and it wont let me take off the lug nut to
replace my tires. as im turning the nut the wjole thing turns with it. so
all i have to do is get that screw to attach to the stud, then put a lug
nut on it then tighten it?
sonicnofadz: Banging on the lug nut (and wheel hub) with a hammer is a great way to
destroy your wheel bearing. Instead of banging with a hammer, use a clamp
style press (with a large socket to fit over the rear side of the lugnut)
to press out the stud without causing impact damage to the wheel bearing (
a big no no).
dumass00072: Crowbar vs threads. Who do you thank won? Simple solution; put the lug nuts
baez526: this has been very helpful. Now let's see if I can do it! I'll get back to
you on that.
henry donker: Whats with these stupid commercials? Its just like the Sunday paper jammed
full of worthless ads!
Purpl3smurfable: 0:25 Oh yes lubricate it; just shoot a little bit in our hole there!
junekentucky: Expert village is anything but.
Ellis Garvin: yeah, i have no idea which video to start first, since they aren't
wafrederick: There is a special tool to install lug studs and I do have one which I
bought from my Matco tool dealer.Problem with the lug nut metheod is you
throw away the lug nut right away
MrHonda619: Id give my left lug nut to work with something like that
jackie wilson: i'm a stud with good nuts, don't want to replace them
Jeffrey Seeney: all u fackers need to learn about the air hammer, u are wasting your time
with your cv bullcrap, keep hackin em up!!!
EJConrad: I freeze my ball joints before pressing too.
dafunkmonster: @MAKEMORE4 Probably because you're trigger happy with the impact wrench.
Never tighten lugs with an impact, it screws up the threads. It also makes
it very easy to cross-thread the lugs, and that will almost always result
in shearing a stud when you try to take them off. Also, use anti-seize. It
makes your life easier.
papa54321: Not good to use a bar on your threads you can damage them, not good to
force your bolt to go in by screwing this can force your threads, and they
will live less longuer, better use a empty socket and a big C clamp, the
lubricant is ok if it's one who evaporate like WD-40 but never use grease
or stuff like this. - A professionnal
Jamal Aljabal: And the hard part begins putting it all back together
holland155: Thank You Nate McCullough,! ( I hope I spelled your name correctly), for
the easiest and best answerer to my question! Your instructions were easy
to understand and worked for me to a TEE! An Absolutely UN-complicated
repair procedure without any special tools as my mechanic had told me! I
went to my local junk yard pulled a CV Joint Nut, 22mm .. and did the
freezer trick too! I will search for more of tour videos! THANK YOU! Steve
kenman1717: i do this alot. i use the cv shaft nut, but i put it the other way, then
put and old nut on and pull it in with a air gun. we work flat rate, and
don't get paid to freeze them or pull the stud in by hand. and we never use
lubricate, its illegal to use it on wheel studs.
Dylan Nguyen: receiving hole.
David Aliff: HAHAHA, DN pointed out Receiving Hole and Purpl3smurfable pointed out tha
Lube down to the second. Soundz like deez guyz needz to beez hookin
up.LMFAO! Just Jokin Guys. Kidding around some.lol... Ey EVillage? Me be
tinkin dis vid is preddy good. He's got it down the way it's easiest for
him with the tools he's got available and knowledge he's built up over the
years. Not Bad Mr Village!
Johnny5liter: I can't see the procedure with that text in the way
EJConrad: @MEENSTER519 Yes!
Matthew Darke: whats a constant velocity. joint???
Ellis Garvin: Also the titles are very confusing, so that's not much help either. Other
than this these complaints, these are very helpful videos. Thanks.
ashpear524: I couldnt fit my stud because there was not enough space behind my hub to
slip the stud through. Anyone else have this problem???
Smileyfacedkiller: two is the lowest you should go. I have an suv and it was ok with two but
the nuts kept coming loose.
kaine1194: have any advise for removing them from the rear wheels with drum brakes
Miguel Villalta: nice vid thanx for the help..
stoCKtonRidaz: Thanks to those Pisas that did my tire change...did a darn good job in
messing up my stud threads...Thanks to expervillage for the help!
Kyle K: the majority of those guys that work at those places dont give two freaks
whether they break a lug nut stud. my dad just had his hub replaced a few
months ago, and since then the only other place to even touch the car was
some little quick oil change place that rotated his tires. the other day i
look at the tire and theres a bolt snapped off. now you tell me what you
think happened. those lazy freaks snapped off the bolt and just hoped he
wouldn't notice, like he didn't.
BillUMD: did you ever find a solution to this problem?
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