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Lugs are off, but the wheel won't budge on my 2007 dodge aspen. Help?

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Hi, this is a common fault this due to rust it needs to be spreyed with penertrating oil. the inner rim to hub is rusted or mud build-up. make sure the car is secure and you may need to wack the tyre ONLY to free the wheel. when replacing put a small amount of grease on the inner rim hub, to stop this happening again. thanks. gerry

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