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Trying to change the reardriver side tire. Lug

Trying to change the reardriver side tire. Lug nuts come off but the tire will not slide off? any ideas?

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Tap it with a hammer it has rusted in place, also shoot wd-40 into the lig and wheel hub area to get it loose.

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