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How to remove rear wheels on a 2004 mitsubishi endeavour the wheels seem stuck

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If all lugs are off and wheels of ground (jack up)
clean hub surface and apply pen oil to hub
get heavy sledged hammer and hit rubber tire at outer area
while turning wheel it should come free corrosion build up is common
and somtimes hard to free up
be persistent

Posted on Apr 02, 2011

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