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Sean in PA

02-13-2013 18:56:28

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I'm not sure what you're referring to when you say " that inner ring bolt which has a nut on each end". Can you post a picture so we can understand what you're referring to?

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02-13-2013 20:11:46

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 Re: BUST'N NUTS! in reply to Sean in PA, 02-13-2013 18:56:28  
They are the very only bolts going through the wheel that has a nut on both sides. This is not the bolts closest to the rubber of the tire. Just the bolts near the hub.

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Larry NCKS

02-14-2013 05:47:57

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 Re: BUST'N NUTS! in reply to Detmurds, 02-13-2013 20:11:46  
I think maybe I have the answer that's been missed here. Detmurds, there is a ring of bolts that secure the backing plate and outer axle bearing flange to the axle housing itself. These would have nuts on the inside. Do not remove these. This ring of bolts will have a smaller diameter than the lug bolts.
Find the access hole in the brake backing plate that everyone has been pointing you to. Remove the cover. Align the broken lug bolt with this hole and drive it out through the hole. This is a hammer and punch job. drive the replacement in the same way. (If you happen to have an air hammer this makes life so much easier) Rotate the axle until all broken lug bolts have been replaced. With only 3 of 8 left, I might be suspicious of the integrity of these 3 and replace all 8 while I was at it.

NOTE: It may be easier to do this with the brake drum removed.
NOTE: The final draw in of the new bolts may need to be preformed by drawing up the lug nuts.
This post was edited by Larry NCKS at 05:53:26 02/14/13 2 times.

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