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Old 11-21-2010, 11:26 PM   #1
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spacers built in studs question

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anybody know if the built in studs on spacers are removable?
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so i just hammer it out?
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so i just hammer it out?
Are you replacing them or will you be reusing them at a later time? If you will be reusing them thread a nut on first so you don't damage te threads and a press would be better so you knock it out straight to prevent spline and stud bore damage on the spacer.
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i will be replacing them because the oem studs is still in the way when i put my wheels on. for some wierd reason work cr kia only has 3 indent space
so i was thinking removing the build in studs and and replacing them with extended studs
the problem right now is one of the nut that locks the spacer to the oem studs is stripped and i cant take the spacer out. Do you think rise auto can take it out?
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^ put 80 pounds on it =(
i dont have specials tools to take out a stipped nut
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