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SOURCE: i can't removing rear tire

The outside cover? Can you see the lug nuts? If it is just the outside cover just use a tire iron or crowbar and gent;y pry it off. If you can see lug nuts then proceed and take em off, following safety procedures.

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has the wheel rusted onto the stub axle?if so hit one side HARD.

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