The front wheel stud on a 1992 Chevy Blazer S10 can be changed by jacking the vehicle up, removing the wheel, and unbolting the caliper. The rotor assembly can then be removed, and the wheel stud pressed or hammered out of its seat.
If by stud you mean wheel stud you have to remove the bearing and have a shop take it out or rent a press and press it out yourself because wheel studs are pressed onto the wheel bearing.
Depends on your ability and the vehicle in question.
You need to get the rotor off to replace studs with new ones.
Are you asking about a wheel stud or exhaust stud, please clarify
YOU CAN'T. A 1500 rim has 6 stud holes. A 2500 rim has 8 stud holes. IT JUST WONT WORK
1992 Mitsubish lancer wheel stud pattern?
remove the wheel then the brake drum then tap out the old studs with a hammer and pull in the new stud with some washers to protect the threads and tightening the nut until the stud is fully home reinstall the drum and the wheel and torque bolts and you are done good luck
Jack the car up and remove the front wheel. Use a jack stand for safety. Rotate the axle until the stud is over the hole in the backer plate. Hit the stud with a hammer, this will take many blows. The stud will pop out. Slide the new stud in, then stack several washers on the shaft and put a lug nut on. Tighten the nut to pull the stud up tight into place. Reinstall the wheel, and over the next few days, keep checking the tightness of the stud to keep it snugged up.
No they are not the with of the stud holes are different.
I am assuming you mean for a wheel. You take the wheel off and the caliper and then finally the brake disc. pound out the busted stud through the other side. Be carefull not to hit the wheel bearing. insert the new stud and then using a huge C- clamp, tighten it into postion. Get a Chilton or Haynes manual for like 15 bucks, they tell how to do this and a whole lot more.