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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The problem is that your wheels are aluminum and the hub is steel when mated together there is a chemical reaction that bonds them.... try hitting the rim from the back with the sledge use a 2x4 to protect the rim hitting the tire does no good as the tire absorbs most of the impact when you put the rim back on get some anti-cease and put a thin coat on the hub and this wont happen again
Posted on Oct 12, 2009
Wheels will seize on from time to time. Whast usually works is to give the rim a sharp whack with a hammer between the studs. Do every space around the rim and do it 3-4 times. that will usually free them up. Or you can hit it from the inside. Spin the tire and hit it from the inside as it turns until it lets go. The last resort would be to heat it from the front between the wheel studs. You would need torches for that because propane won't get it hot enough. Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 11, 2010
SOURCE: Lug nuts on right rear
pur a long bar on the end of the socket say about 3ft long as the nuts have been done up with a wrench gun ,max torque for a wheel nut is 40lbs and yours are about 120 i reckon
Posted on Jun 27, 2011
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