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'llo all.

Was just fitting some new nuts for my new wheels (cheers Chris S for sorting them out) - then, literally, fitting the last one when feel something give (wasn't tightening with too much pressure).

A bolt on the driver's side front has sheared/broken off :crybaby:

Obviously I need to get this sorted asap - anyone got any idea what the cost (ballpark) is going to be so I can brace myself?

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'llo all.

Was just fitting some new nuts for my new wheels (cheers Chris S for sorting them out) - then, literally, fitting the last one when feel something give (wasn't tightening with too much pressure).

A bolt on the driver's side front has sheared/broken off :crybaby:

Obviously I need to get this sorted asap - anyone got any idea what the cost (ballpark) is going to be so I can brace myself?

Sorry to hear that mate. It's only couple quid - up to 5 I as far as I remember. It is very easy to fit as well - just knock the old one out with a hammer and fit the new one from the other side - just push it in. Job jobed :)

Good luck

Tazzz78

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Yeah very easy, just as above.

I found this out when fitting my new discs, hit the stud with a hammer by mistake, thought I had broke it off and needed a new hub at first. Just poped back in from behind.

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