ok, I was already to bleed the brakes and start driving the car and then wham… so much for that idea. I moved the car from the wheel ramps it’s been on for a year to jack stands so I could remove the wheels. it’s way easier to bleed the brakes with the wheels off. anyway, ONE lug nut out of 20 would not come off. I must have cross threaded it the last time I put them on. anyway, I ended up shearing it off with a breaker bar. this was on the front drivers side. to remove the sheared wheel stud meant removing the caliper and rotor/hub assembly. then I had to separate the rotor/hat from the hub. finally I put the hub in my vice and try to back out the sheared stud. no dice. I know they were put in with loc-tite so I heated the bolt up to 150 degrees and hit it with an impact gun. nothing. next I bolted the hub back onto a wheel and held the wheel against the wall. then I tried to back it out with a breaker bar. when I realized I was starting to twist my allen head socket but the bolt was not budging I gave up. I’m sending it back to Ken McIntire who designed/built the hub. he said he’d fix it for me.