Toyota Pick-ups, Land Cruiser, and 4 Runner 1997-00

Wheel Lug Studs

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REMOVAL & INSTALLATION



With Disc Brakes


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Fig. Typical Toyota hub



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Fig. Thread a lug nut over the stud to be removed



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Fig. Use a hammer to drive the stud out of the hub



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Fig. Remove the lug nut . . .



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Fig. . . . and then pull the stud out from the rear

  1. Raise and support the appropriate end of the vehicle safely using jackstands, then remove the wheel.
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  3. Remove the brake pads and caliper. Support the caliper aside using wire or a coat hanger. For additional information, please refer to the following topic(s): "BRAKES," "Caliper and Brake Pads." See .
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  5. Remove the outer wheel bearing and lift off the rotor.
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  7. Properly support the rotor using press bars, then drive the stud out using an arbor press.
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If a press is not available, CAREFULLY drive the old stud out using a blunt drift. MAKE SURE the rotor is properly and evenly supported or it may be damaged.

To install:

  1. Clean the stud hole with a wire brush and start the new stud with a hammer and drift pin. Do NOT use any lubricant or thread sealer.
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  3. Finish installing the stud with the press.
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If a press is not available, start the lug stud through the bore in the hub, then position about 4 flat washers over the stud and thread the lug nut. Hold the hub/rotor while tightening the lug nut, and the stud should be drawn into position. MAKE SURE THE STUD IS FULLY SEATED, then remove the lug nut and washers.

  1. Install the rotor and adjust the wheel bearings.
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  3. Install the brake caliper and pads.
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  5. Install the wheel, then remove the jackstands and carefully lower the vehicle.
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  7. Tighten the lug nuts to the proper torque.
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With Drum Brakes
  1. Raise the vehicle and safely support it with jackstands, then remove the wheel.
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  3. Remove the brake drum.
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  5. If necessary to provide clearance, remove the brake shoes. For additional information, please refer to the following topic(s): "BRAKES," "Brake Shoes." See .
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Fig. Exploded view of the drum, axle flange and stud



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Fig. Use a C-clamp and socket to press out the stud



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Fig. Draw the stud into the axle flange using washers and a lug nut

  1. Using a large C-clamp and socket, press the stud from the axle flange.
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  3. Coat the serrated part of the stud with liquid soap and place it into the hole.
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To install:

  1. Position about four flat washers over the stud and thread the lug nut. Hold the flange while tightening the lug nut, and the stud should be drawn into position. MAKE SURE THE STUD IS FULLY SEATED, then remove the lug nut and washers.
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  3. If applicable, install the brake shoes.
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  5. Install the brake drum.
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  7. Install the wheel, then remove the jackstands and carefully lower the vehicle.
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  9. Tighten the lug nuts to the proper torque.
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