Big Jon I would for sure. I ended up taking mine to Robertson tire. They used a 6ft cheater bar to break them loose. The ones that didn't break loose and spun they cut off with a torch.. They did teach me a lesson though. Every time I have new tires put on, I always check the lugs when I get home.
It's not fun trying to change a tire with the studs spinning. I had to drive home from Skiatook on a flat and then drill and split the lug nut off to get the stud out. Then the wife came out and suggested that maybe I need to check the others(leave it to wives).
that's when I found I could not even start to turn those.
On the spring, I told them when I picked it up it did not look right, They said it was. So I went ahead and took it. Every time I would hit a small bump smoke would come out of the fender well. so I took it back to them. And they said, "we knew it was the wrong springs but thought they would work." That little ordeal cost me 1200$ by the time I was done with them and what it cost me to get the studs and lugs replaced.
I don't believe in Miracles, I rely on them.
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