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Old 11-02-2015, 10:13 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default broken wheel stud on 1990 Suzuki Carry HELP

New owner of 1990 Suzuki Carry mini truck. Had a broken wheel stud and I'm trying to remove to replace. I can't figure out what else has to come off
Thanks ahead of time Carla

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I took the liberty of editing your post to correct the image tags.

From the looks of it your Carry has four wheel drive, and that is the front wheel - the picture is kind of fuzzy, and I'm not certain if what I'm looking at is the lock ring or the hub nut.

I believe what should have been there is a lock ring secured to the hub nut by four countersunk screws, I can see the holes but not the screws, so I'm guessing you have already removed the screws & the lock ring.

If this is correct, the next step is to unscrew the hub nut, it takes a special socket with four pins that fit into the four "unthreaded" holes - once you're removed the hub nut, the hub should just pull off.

Please be aware that re-assembly requires torqueing the hub nut to a specific setting to preload the hub bearings, and you need to know what this setting is before continuing - failure to correctly preload the bearings can cause the bearing to fail.

It MAY be possible to drill out the broken stud and pull another one in with removing the hub, you'll need to see if there is sufficient clearance behind the flange.
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