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Took bolts off rear tires on my impala 2009 and tires wont come off

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The rims may be corroded onto the hub or brake drum. I recently had this problem and used a rubber mallet to loosen the rim. After you get them off, use an anti-corrosive on the back of the rim to prevent a reoccurance.

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