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Tryin to change a tire on a 98 vw jetta and i have all the lug bolts removed but the tire still wont come off

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IF YOU HAVENT ALREADY TRIED GET A PEICE OF TIMBER THAT FITS ACCROSS THE BACK OF THE TIRE BOTH SIDES OF THE RIM AND THEN PERSAUDE IT WITH HEAVY HAMMER BY HITTING PIECE OF WOOD NOT THE RIM OR TIRE AND IF THEY ARE ALLOYS THEN BE VERY CAREFUL ASA THIS COULD DAMAGE THEM! GOOD LUCK

Posted on Jul 28, 2010

  • dazsut1 Jul 28, 2010

    FORGOT TO SAY TRY TURNING THE WHEEL QUATER OF A TURN AND REPEATING THE PROCESS BUT DO BE CAREFUL NOT TO DAMAGE THE RIM.

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