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Figured I would share this with you guys. Andy took some time out of his day to produce this video of the stud upgrade.



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Great job guys, wish this would have been around when I did mine.

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I like it! I'll make it a sticky, although most "should" have done this by now.
 

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I like it! I'll make it a sticky, although most "should" have done this by now.
My kit is still sitting on the shelf LOL


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..while changing my tires - i looked at my (rear)brake discs and it did NOT look like i can just push the studs out !??

(means theyre blocked by the disc)

- did they change the discs sometimes...or i didnt look good??
 

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Great video thanks for sharing.....
 

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Andy, Thanks for taking the time to do this. Much easier than removing the hubs.
I did mine the hard way, I always do!
 

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..while changing my tires - i looked at my (rear)brake discs and it did NOT look like i can just push the studs out !??

(means theyre blocked by the disc)

- did they change the discs sometimes...or i didnt look good??
then you will have to remove the hub assy. and seperate the hub and rotor, be sure to heat the torx bolts on the rotor before trying to remove the bolt or you will break many torx bits
 

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The plus to removing the hubs is that you can grease the wheel bearings while everything is apart. It is definitely a lot more work though.
 
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