Question about 1989 Chevrolet Silverado 2500
Help! I cannot get the wheel off an '89 Silverado truck I just got. I'm assuming it's just horribly stuck and I need to keep working it (tried heat & oil so far). Anyone know if there is actually some trick to this that I don't know about? I've removed many, many tires & wheels but not on this type truck before. Thx.
Aha! Here is what you do. Leave one lug nut loose on the wheel and remove the rest. With the vehicle on a jackstand and secure, sit down facing the wheel and kick the bottom of the wheel really hard, repeat if necessary. This always does the trick! Must be a rear wheel? The rim gets stuck to the brake drum from rust all of the time!
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