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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Ford F250 Spare Tire Removal
The only trick I know is to coat the bolts with coppergrease - and check yearly.
They get the worst of the road spray, then sieze.
Sometimes bolt croppers are the only way - then replace the mountings.
Try penetrating oil for several days ( I presume you're home now), and apply a self-grip wrench while using a good socket set on the other. If it snaps - job done, get a replacement.
Paint your spare steel rim with a rustproofing sealant - or it will soon rust around the tyre - causing a flat as well.
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Posted on Jun 18, 2008
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