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    Broken Front Wheel Hub Studs

    This is on my 96 Might max , I purchased the truck with escalade wheels on it and the guy used the wrong lug nuts, Now I have the correct Acorn/bulge style lug nuts and I need to replace 3 wheel studs on one of my front hubs, I can not find a replacement hub anywhere!? Has anyone just replaced the studs?

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    any hub from 87 on will work - try the pick and pull in Daytona.
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    see if this link helps.....not sure if this fits your application....didn't realize they changed them for 2nd gen...i have a bunch for 1st gen

    http://www.amazon.com/Mitsubishi-Hai.../dp/B00CUEFIFQ

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    studs should be the same - the hubs are different thicknesses for the different rotors - 1st gen solid, 2nd gen vented and much thicker
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    Welcome to the Forum Vodavi


    Part number for the studs are MB301509
    Part number for the hub are MB109618
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    Yes, you can replace just the studs. you can hammer them out with a punch and then "pull them back in with an socket and a nut on a stack of washers.

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    Wow, Thanks guys! I know what I will be doing tomorrow!

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    Used the mitusu part number cross reference at o'reilly in town and got them for $1.99 a wheel stud , and they had the 6 i needed in stock! Thanks for the help! Job was not to bad I give it 4 beers

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