poTTa wrote:So far you guys are talking in Latin with broken French as slang...
Stay off the other 3 wheels.
Take off the wheel again.
Take off the caliper.
Take off the brake disc/drum using a hammer and block of wood. Few solid taps and pull it off.
Take a smaller diameter bolt or and knock out the broken stud from the wheel axle flange.
Get the new stud bolt, apply sparing amounts of Loctite to the locking threads, NOT THE WHEEL NUT THREADS, and tactically get the stud behind the flange and send it through the hole.
Use a big washer and an open end nut and tighten the stud into place. It will get very tight as the nut squeezes the washer, a point will come when the nut will not turn.
Back off the nut, take off washer, apply a small amount of oil onto the studs threads,
Install the disc/drum
Drop your handbrake, press the caliper piston so that it clears the pads and bolts back on
Install wheel with nuts...
Do a 3rd gear drift to check if stud holds...
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