Question about 2001 Ford F250 Super Duty Super Cab
Greetings: My 97 F 250 has the aluminum wheels. The Aluminum of the rims actually becomes welded to the steel hubs after some time. I have beat on those things with various types of hammers and blocks. I've put a 6' length of 2" pipe between the shackles and wheel in an attempt to pry it of. Tires just absorb all the energy. After hours of frustration I figured out that a standard digging bar will fit between the drum and the wheel. It is tight, but it will fit. Popped both rims off in just a couple of minutes this way. Pry it till it moves, spin the wheel a bit and pry again. You will have to work it all the way around the wheel, but it will come off.
Posted on Apr 01, 2014
Sometimesyou can leave the lug nots loose and give the wheel a few good kicks, just stand with your back to the wheel and kick it backwards with your foot, or you will need to get a long bar and pry the wheel off, but you need to be careful what you are prying against, try to find the lower shock mount or a bracket on the rear axle.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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