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Swaging rear studs
04/07/19 at 19:44:55
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So I have figured out the removal process for removing the studs from the rear hubs/drums... the hard way of course.

My question is; is it necessary to swage the new studs back in?

There is a lot of discussion about removing studs/swage, but nothing about reinstallation that I can find.
  

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Re: Swaging rear studs
Reply #1 - 04/09/19 at 00:32:22
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I've replaced broken studs before and they went in the old hole. I tapped mine is with a hammer. Then finished them when I put the tire back on to make sure they seated. In my opinion it worked fine. Just my two cense.
  
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Re: Swaging rear studs
Reply #2 - 04/10/19 at 15:27:04
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Thanks for the input!
  

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