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I cant get the rear tire off my 1999 jeep grand cherokee i took off the lug nuts and the tire will not budge

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You have Aluminum/mag wheels? If so, you have corrosion that has fused the wheel to the hub. Go get som PB Blaster at the auto parts store. Spray where the lugs are and if possible. at the 12 o'clock position of the hub to let it soak. You may need to get a heavy mallet to hit this from behind later afte soaking for 30 minutes.

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