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Old 02-20-2012, 11:02 AM   Thread Starter #1
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I was just wondering if you need to take the rotor an caliper off to change the studs on an 06 maxima. I saw a video of someone doing it on a sentra an they didn't have to take anything off just knocked them out an replaced is it that easy for the maxima...
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Old 02-20-2012, 11:10 AM   #2
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dont attempt to do anything with the studs without removing the rotors.

Im sure its possible but that's not something you want to "shortcut" through. The entire weight or the car is resting on your studs, and you want to be 100% certain that they are connected to the hub securely or you could be flirting with death.
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That's why i was asking....
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That's why i was asking....
well there's your answer
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Yes you must remove the rotors and calipers.
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Yes you gotta remove the rotor and caliper. It is pretty easy. I did it yesterday in about 10 mins.
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Default Re: Wheel Studs

Ok guys. I ordered the ichiba 10mm hubcentric wheel spacers an the studs that came with it are to short they are hardly longer than the factory ones. What size stud would be good to use for the 06 maxima with 10mm spacers...
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