How To: Install Extended Studs

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  1. Pete@FTR

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    [video=youtube;wBUhngl3sNc]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wBUhngl3sNc[/video]

    Same goes for front and rear
     
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    perfect timing I have a set on the way and will be doing this in a week or two.
     
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    Haha! Right on [MENTION=11896]ttocs[/MENTION] - I should be getting them out ASAP. Got a little too tied up today :(
     
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    No rush, take your time. My stomach decided that it was time for it to get some attention. Why not on a holiday weekend, the er's are always great then! So back in the hospital damnit I am pissed I broke my 4 month record of not being here...
     
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    Ugh :(
     
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    no doubt... I am starting to think that I might have one little thing figured out which is what ended up making it 4 monhts since my last one but there is still something about it that when it wants to, its gonna.. Anyway sorry to dump my health crap on his educational post lets just carry one sorry again.

    The vid I saw showed some kind of bearing they used to reduce friction while doing it but I was wondering where I would get one. Thanks again for sharing this, should be a sticky.
     
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    It's called a thrust bearing flat washer. I used one when I did mine. Use grease. It works great. Under $10 everywhere.