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Stripped Bolt

One of the bolts that hold a lug is stripped. I am riding around without one lug on the front left wheel, i dont want to put it back on because if i get a flat, i might not be able to take it off. How much is it to get this bolt replaced?
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Originally Posted by CivicRidaz1
One of the bolts that hold a lug is stripped. I am riding around without one lug on the front left wheel, i dont want to put it back on because if i get a flat, i might not be able to take it off. How much is it to get this bolt replaced?

Doesn't cost very much at all. I wish I could give you a $$ figure but I've never done it. I just remember a friend doing it and saying he paid for it with pocket change pretty much..lol
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Pretty easy to do on a car with rotors that slide off. We usually get the price of the stud ($3 or $4) and $20 labor or so. I wouldn't pay any shop more than $30 to $40, depending on your location and the going labor rate where you are.
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oh wow thats not bad at all. thanks for the quick responses
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damn do any of you know that on our car the knuckle and hub assembly have to be removed and pressed apart for the stud to be replaced. It isnt a easy job. I paid $70 in labor to have one replaced. it isnt a cheap job for a mechanic to do.
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