It may cause your brake rotor to distort. It is similar to having unevenly tightened lug nuts.First time using an impact wrench and I stripped one of the lug nuts and stud. Am I okay running on four lugs instead of five for the next 3,000 miles until my next scheduled service? I don't speed but we do have a lot of hills and curves here.
Good idea, cheap insurance.Thanks all! I'll take it in to the shop tomorrow morning to have it replaced.
First time using an impact wrench, strippedDo it yourself and save $$$$.
Knock the broke stud out and use a lug nut with your impact to draw the new one in. 10-20 minutes max.
That's what a tire shop/mechanic shop is going to do.
I have replaced BOO KOO studs in my uncles gas station and his tire store right up the road. Also, in my old shop and on my driveway. I have used an impact, lug wrench, 1/2" & 3/4" drive ratchets with sockets, to draw the new stud in. And, I never stated to EXTRACT the the stud with an impact. I stated to KNOCK it out!First time using an impact wrench, stripped
nut. I would not experiment trying to extract that stud using the impact wrench. You might end up needing stud extractors, drill, drill bit... Better the shop