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Old 08-15-2006, 08:31 PM   #1
 
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i need serious help... how can you get a stud bolt from the brake caliper off?? this has got me stumpped. Click the image to open in full size.
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off of a 2002 ep3
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Default Re: how do u take off a stud bolt? (vermilion)

Are you talking about the caliper mount bolt, where the mount bracket bolts up to the knuckle, or the one from the caliper to its bracket?

What number is it in this picture?

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#15 is the bolts that hold the caliper to its bracket. It is on the back side of the caliper.

#19 is the bracket to knuckle bolt


Surely you arent talking about the wheel stud itself, that holds the tire on. #20.
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the one that holds the rim tight with a lug nut
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well i just found out that what holds the bolt in places is compressed in (number 6).. thnx for the help.. that map really helps Click the image to open in full size.
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yeah i was talking about number 20.. that things a b**** to get off
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Default Re: how do u take off a stud bolt? (vermilion)

Yeah it is. It isnt advisable to beat and bang on it with a hanner.

You will need to use whats called a wheel stud clamp to get it off with. I will try and see if I cant come up with a photo. Its got prongs on one side, king of like a balljoint/ tie rod seperator, and a cupped pusher for the clamp to push the stud out with.
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you could try and get 2 nuts that will fit on the stud and put the first one 3/4 down the stung and the second tightly up against it and with a wrench on the back nut spin the stud out
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you could try and get 2 nuts that will fit on the stud and put the first one 3/4 down the stung and the second tightly up against it and with a wrench on the back nut spin the stud out
The stud isn't screwed into the hub, it is pressed.

The stud has splines around the outside part of the bottom of the stud. If you try that, and spin it out of the hub, you will only wallow out the bore in the hub. Then, you wont be able to replace the new one.


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