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Chances are that rust is the culprit here. you can try hiitting the wheel using a block of wood against it and then a hammer. Another approach would be to bock it up and either use tire slime to make the repair or insert an inner tube. Of course you will then need a way to blow the tire up which could be a compressor or a portable air tank.
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
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