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Cannot get the rear flat tire off of 1995 chevy cavalier. Do I need a special tool for this?

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You should only need a standard lug nut wrench to remove the wheel, unless you have a lock nut (usually one nut is different) and it requires a 'key' to remove that one nut-if they are all the same, however, you just need a lug wrench with the correct size to remove them.

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