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I am currently rotating my tires and i can not remove my driver side wheel. is there any possible things that could be at fault or is there a special way?

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Hi yes when the wheels are took off the centres should be greased so that they don,t get rusted on it happens more on alloy wheels so your best bet is to get a block of wood get under the car get a big hammer place the wood on the wheels rim and keep hitting it rotate the wheel and hit it again on the rim but not in the same place all the time keep doing this until it comes off then clean and grease the wheels centres best of luck yates210456

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