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how many, thats alot i had to get 2 done, i paid 20 bucks, plus i no they guy but i dont see how it could be that much depending on how many have to be changed
I am replacing all of them with longer studs because I am putting on 5 mm H&R spacers. So the back ones are easy, does that mean the front ones are harder? I called Toyota myself and they said that if they did it, they could damage the front hubs, and that would cost me $800. Thanks.trdcamry2003 said:Are you replacing a couple of broken ones or getting longer studs? If you have rear drum brakes you do not have to take apart the brakes. You just hit them out with a hammer and with an air gun, you install the new ones using the lug nut and a spacer. It's actually very easy. Shop around before doing this. 170 seems like alot for a job that easy. Tops should be one hour labor(60-80 bucks) and whatever the parts cost.
I paid $55/pair at opauto.com . It was the lowest place I could find and shipping was only $10 from the West Coat,luisitol said:Yea i wonder what the procedure is to take them off if you dissasmble the brakes. I'm gonna paint my rear drums and i gotta get some spacers for my rim/tire combo so i would like to get longer studs but i dont' feel comfortable hammering them out.
BTW, how much did you guys pay for your H&R 5mm spacers?