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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 12-22-2014, 11:58 PM Thread Starter
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I need a site to buy studs for 2013 Honda foreman and I need to know how to install it in detail

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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 12-23-2014, 01:36 AM Thread Starter
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By the way it's the back left tire

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Unless you own a press it's probably going to be cheaper/easier to just buy the hub. Anyway, pull of the rim, take the cotter pin out of the castle nut, back off the nut, remove the hub. Fix hub by pressing out old studs and pressing in new studs, then reinstall. Or skip that and just install the new hub....

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Heat + big hammer. But, I agree with mac. Personally, a $25 price difference isn't enough to justify the labor.
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I just put 4 in with a hammer, an old rim, and a vise

To take them out, wd40 them for a few days, clamp the hub in a vise, make sure you do it so you won't scar anything, and best them out. To put them in I put the studs in the freezer over night, laid the hub in a old rim, and beat the new studs in. The rim kept the hub from bouncing around while I was hammering.

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Thanks. One of the studs is striped so the nut and the stud just keep spinning. I can cut the stud off but do I need to replace the hub to after I cut it off. I would think I would have to

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No. The studs are pressed into the hub. If you want to reuse the hub then you need to press/beat the studs out of the hub.

However, if the actual stud itself is spinning then the hub may be damaged and a new stud won't work. You'll have to get the old stud out and inspect it.
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I just went through this exact thing on my left rear wheel on my rancher earlier this week. Trying to remove the lug nut and it stripped out and just spun in the hub. I got my air cut off grinder and just cut away at the stud from the inside making sure not to damage the hub. After I cut all the lip off, I used a punch and hammer and pushed it through the wheel. I got the new stud from , you select oem parts and then add your atv. I put the new stud in and gently tapped it in place with a 5# sledge. Luckily the hub was ok and the new lug held tight.
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