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Back right tire sticks

The tire doesn't move at all

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Emergency brake is stuck on that wheel.

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Try hitting the inside of the tire with a hammer. the bigger the better. What happens is the wheel will rust if steel or corrode if aluminum an bind up on the lip of the hub. Thats the part that sticks through the very center of wheel. If you can safely do it you can also try to kick the inside of the tire with your foot. I wouldn't try it unless the vehicle was supported by at least a jack stand an jack.

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