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Unread 09-23-2016, 02:41 PM   #1
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While changing a wheel yesterday one of my rear wheel studs slipped in the axle. Had to cut head off acorn nut drill out stud and replace. Local auto parts stores were not much help. Went to local Cub Cadet mower parts department. Seems the Cub Cadet Z Force zero turn wheel studs are a perfect replacement. They are about 1/4 " longer but that is not a problem. Put it right in without removing anything but brake drum. Used washers and nut to pull it in with impact wrench. New lug nut and all is well. Stud was $4.00.
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Unread 09-23-2016, 02:43 PM   #2
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Good job. What did you have to drill out
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Good to know! This might save me and others a headache in the future.
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Good job. What did you have to drill out
The old wheel stud. Hold nut while drilling.
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The old wheel stud. Hold nut while drilling.
Got ya. I have put a breaker bar and a socket on the lug nut, And lift up and push down a few time and brake the stud off, then punch the stud out. No cutting
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My wheel was still on cart no room to move stud to break it off.
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