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Changing flat tire on rear passenger side. Got lug nuts off but flat-tire is still stuck on rim, does not want to come off. What can I do?

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  • mephillips Jan 31, 2010

    I tried your solution, still having problem. The tire location is the rear driver side. Am wondering is there some other portion of the tire that is connected to something beyond just the bolts?

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Turn,and kick the wheel inward toward the middle of the car,kick it on the outside of the rim,or tire.Turn and kick it,in different places,penatrating oil will help,spray the lug bolts and the center of the wheel.

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  • Ronny Bennett Sr.
    Ronny Bennett Sr. Jan 31, 2010

    If you have all the lug nuts removed,then that is all that is holding it on,use a large hammer,and try pb blaster,and continue the process,it is just being stubborn.Use something heavy,be sure to hit the wheel on the outside,like you are trying to knock the wheel inward.

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