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2006 dodge RAM 2500 wheels won't come off.

Removed the lug nuts on the front tire, and the wheel will not come off. I have already tried spraying with liquid wrench and using the hammer w/wood on the backside. I'm trying to repair my brakes, and can't go anywhere until I do. Help?

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  • William Heffner
    William Heffner Oct 07, 2009

    I have been trying this to some extent and am not having any luck with the right front tire. Got the left one off, but now the caliper bolts won't come loose. GAH!
    Eh, woe is me, I guess.

  • William Heffner
    William Heffner Oct 07, 2009

    I have been trying this to some extent and am not having any luck with the right front tire. Got the left one off, but now the caliper bolts won't come loose. GAH!
    Eh, woe is me, I guess.

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That must be an extreme case of rust. When this happened to me on an old work truck i just beat up on the tire with a 3 pound hammer (not enough to damage anything) and finally i got it off with a lil aggression and about 15 minutes of my time.

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Testimonial: "Thanks! That is what it took. About 15 minutes, a hammer, a piece of wood, and a "li'l aggression". Oh, and a big glass of water."

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