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'83 944 Rear Wheel Stud Replacement

I'm sorta helping a friend to replace a rear wheel stud (I instruct, he gets dirty and grunts. Due to the stud length, it seems like the hub has to be un-bolted to provide enough clearance. Is this correct, or is there a "trick" I'm missing?

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Possibly. Be sure to torque it back to 350 ft lbs and put a decent cotter key back in it.
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Possibly. Be sure to torque it back to 350 ft lbs and put a decent cotter key back in it.
I'm not talking about the stub-shaft nut, but rather the four bolts that fasten the bearing carrier. I am assuming that if these four are unbolted I'll get enough play to move the assembly around and provide enough clearance - yes, no, maybe???
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