For complete detailed you will need to refer to a factory service manual. in the short you will need to remove the caliper, locking hub, spindle nuts, wheel bearing hub and rotor assembly,spindle and inner axle shaft, then you can use a punch to drive the studs out of the knuckle. place the new stud in to the hole and using a nut and washers draw the new studs into place. now woild be a great time to replace the ball joints Thank You
Jeremy you are correct the studs are a 3/8' X 24 . Take a peak at the D/S 706527X http://jo.my/6swpda spindle seal kit it gives all the small parts to reseal your spindle and use a good quality water proof grease like the Lucus http://jo.my/q41z5q tank you
The stud is a 7/16 -20 thread and does not come with the nuts. We do not offer the nuts but they are available at most hardware stores and are called Stover nuts, steel lock nuts or top lock nuts. Do not use nylocks as the brake heat will melt the nylon and allow the nuts to loosen.
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