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Well I finally installed my 3" lift. I ordered a transfer case drop before the install as a "just in case measure". Low and behold I had vibs at around 35. not bad, just enough to make me paranoid. so I went back and went to install the drop and couldn't figure out how to get the stud out. the instructions said to use either a stud extractor or vise grips. But does the stud come out or go in? What if it's seized?
Any info on how to do this would be greatly appreciated.
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awsome. thanks a lot guys.
 

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Make it easy on yourself. I just used the studs and put nuts on them when I had my TC drop on. I think they are M10 studs.
 

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Make it easy on yourself. I just used the studs and put nuts on them when I had my TC drop on. I think they are M10 studs.
they aren't long enough.
 

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they aren't long enough.
Sorry, I reread the first post.:eek: I though you were going with a 1" drop crossmember. I used the studs with my 1" drop crossmember. My bad.:D

As stated before, you can lock two nuts together, and turn the studs out that way. You may need to put some heat to them, a propane, or MAP gas torch. I'll bet they are locktited in the nutsert.
 
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