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My wheel rim is frozen onto the car. i have used PB blaster and free all, soaking the wheel studs and and any other part i can get to. I have used a mini sledge to try and free it, all to no avail. They have usually came off in the past after some serious effort as I previously described, but this time i am stuck and my brake sqeeler is sounding off. Any help would be appreciated.

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Put tire back on with the lug nuts loose a few turns. drive in a circle to put a side load on the rim. Do not go far or fast!!!

Posted on Sep 13, 2010

Testimonial: "Thanks cheap repair, it worked. 1st time I tried it, with 2 mini sledge hits and popped right off. Thanks again i was able to finish my brakes."

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