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Lug nuts off the tire and it won't come off. nothing else holding it. tried a deadblow to maybe loosen it, still stuck

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Mag wheels will corrode and stick to hub on vehicle,spray penetrating oil around hub and block up car so safe to go under and use block of wood against rim (to protect rim) and use good sized hammer an hit and turn and hit and turn and you will eventually get it off. once off ,use sandpaper to clean up wheel hub,and lightly coatwith thin film off grease to stop from siezing again

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