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I have 1998 corolla and i cant get the rear tire off any suggestions

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Spay penatrating oil on the lug nuts, studs and wheel center. Aluminum wheels? Take a large hammer becareful not to damage the wheels and hit the wheel in a clock fashion. 9 - 3 - 12 - 6.

this should help you loosen it.

Posted on Mar 17, 2011

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This can be a problem sometimes, i had one that i had to beat with a large hammer before it came off spray so penetrating oil down lug nuts and let soak push tire from back side make sure u have jack stand under first

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