Hey guys Im new on here so I figured I finally add a little something and figure out how threads or done on here. I recently installed some most needed rear wheel ARP studs to my terminator and figured Ill share the install. hope this helps for some that been wanted to due this install. Here's the difference between the stock wheel studs and the ARP studs. Here's the difference between ARP and Moroso wheel studs. I prefer ARP due to the fact that the knurl at the bottom of the wheel stud is more close to the stock wheel stud, it supports the rotor more and installs way smoother. Remove the rear wheels and expose the rear brake assemblies. Remove the 2 12mm bolts at the back of the calipers. 2 bolts for each assembly. Pry up the caliper from the rotor and the caliper bracket and set aside. Next remove the 2 15mm bolts at the back of the caliper brackets and remove the brackets with the brake pads. Then remove the brake rotors Next I used an air hammer to remove the stock wheel studs. I like to install anti-seze on the wheel studs to protect the threads and for the stud installing tool to press in the studs smoothly. Note before installing the wheel studs try to line up the knurl grooves with the grooves in the stud holes on the hubs. You can do this by turing the stud in the hole and feeling the grooves line up. Reinstall all removed parts in reverse order and torque to correct specs. I used a small amout of blue loctite for the caliper bracket bolts and caliper bolts. Reinstall the wheels and torque wheel lugs to specs. I picked up a set of Billet specialties lugs and set of ford tall wheel locks to comp for the longer wheel studs. these are all the tools I used for the job.