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I dont know what setup you have - disc drum etc however the stud itself will be removed from the back of whatever mounting plate is part of your hub. If it is really tight dont wail on it with a lump hammer as you could damage the wheel bearings but many of them just require a gentle tap, generally the front will be easier than the rear.

 

the stud itself can be sourced from a dealer or here is an example on eBay - check with the supplier that it will fit your motor

 

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Subaru-Impreza-2-0-STi-01-to-04-Hub-Wheel-Stud-Bolt-Genuine-Subaru-28055AA003-/280963108347?pt=UK_CarsParts_Vehicles_CarParts_SM&fits=Car+Make%3ASubaru&hash=item416ab4cdfb

 

fitting the new on is a case of coat in wd40 or oil push through the hole and tighten up using a wheel nut and some washers as spacers, this will get it in place

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