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 Stud Removal With a Welding Rod?

Answer Dealing with a broken stud can be frustrating because you can’t get a grip on the broken piece, especially if the stud has broken off below the surface. But if you are proficient with an electric... Read More »
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How to Remove a Broken Stud Using Welding?

You can use welding to remove a broken stud without damaging the threads of the hole in which it is screwed. Both TIG and MIG welding will work for this task. Heat the welding metal to the temperat... Read More »
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Exhaust Stud Removal?

We've all heard the old saying, "Patience is a virtue." Wiser words have never been spoken when it comes to exhaust studs. Unfortunately, if you have to remove a stud, chances are it's because it h... Read More »
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Directions for Wheel Stud Removal on an F800 Truck?

The wheel studs on your Ford 800, or F-800, truck are part of the wheel assembly, along with the lug nuts, that holds your wheel in place. The lug nuts bolt down onto a threaded post. This threaded... Read More »
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What size gauge is a nose stud and a labret stud 10 points!?

Labrets average sizes are 14 or 16g. Nose is 18 or 20g.
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