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Atleast i think that's what they're called.

This morning I decided to rotate my tires, and I had one of the bolt break of in the lug, I went and picked up a new bolt, and now I'm kinda stumped. I referred to my hayes manual and it simply says take it to a dealer. That seems a little crazy for just swapping out a bolt. Any Suggestions?
 

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Pochacco Owns Me
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i think you have to take off the rotor/capliper then hammer it out
 

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Exactly....

Once you get the caliper and rotor out of the way, you can give it a few firm taps from the front and it should come out the back.

When you put in the new one, just push it out from the rear and make sure it's seated properly. When you remount your wheel and tighten the lug nut, it will set in place.

Good luck Dude...:thumbup:
 
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