Bluefin 01: Gotta get the broken one off first. USELESS... Vid should say how to install not replace....
Jesse Villarreal: tacos
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.
mel gonzalez: thank you bro!!!!
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 numbered..
Justin White: man, there are so many places to insert "that's what she said" in this video......
hoggerdave: Good job.
Smileyfacedkiller: two is the lowest you should go. I have an suv and it was ok with two but the nuts kept coming loose.
wierdale24: yes you can im currentley driving on just two for now and drives almost fine
MrToby101: I like the video Thank you very much.
Can I drive safley with four outa 5 lugzz? nothing over 100 50 most times.
baez526: this has been very helpful. Now let's see if I can do it! I'll get back to you on that.
kaine1194: have any advise for removing them from the rear wheels with drum brakes
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!
SgtGuerrillaWar: It's time consuming, not hard.
Jamal Aljabal: And the hard part begins putting it all back together
john valdez: so instead of doing a 5 lug conversion on my 1998 accord this would be cheaper and easier ?
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...
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!
Dylan Nguyen: receiving hole.
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!
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