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I got a tire blown on my pacifica can i take the rubber off the rim

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Not easily and you will probably ruin the tire and possibly the rim. If you just want the rubber off a tire shop will do that for next to nothing. You will need to go to a tire shop to replace it so its done properly and balanced

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