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I have a stuck lug nut through the rim into the rear hub due too someone starting the nut with an air gun and cross threading the nut during a tire rotation. How can I get the tire off.

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Try heating up the bolt with a mapp gas torch and using an air gun to remove it otherwise you may have to take it to your local tire shop and spend roughly $30 on having it removed. to install (once the old one is out) just push it in by hand put your new lug nut on and crank down on it till it reaches the end good luck!

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