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Rear lug bolt's?

(2001 Ford F-150)
in Nashville, NC on April 03, 2009
How do I change them?
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on April 03, 2009
You have to remove the rear tires. Then depending on weather you have rear drum brakes or rear disc brakes you need to do 2 things. if you have rear drum brakes, you remove the rear drums and then you can usually pound the lug bolt stud out with a hammer. You must turn the hub, so it doesn't interfere with the brake shoe mechanisms. then you can install the new lug bolt stud into the new hub. I usually use 2-3 nuts ( lug nuts ) to pull the stud properly into the splines. It takes some real EFFORT.
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