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Wagon wheel/ 10'' pheumatic

I am having difficulty removing old 3.5''x10'' pneumatic tires from the axles of my steel mesh garden wagon. Is there a simple trick that I'm missing? There are no cotter pins on this model, just pressure caps. The old hubs spin freely but the wheels & tubes are just dry-rotted from years of use near saltwater.

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The "pressure caps" have most likely created a burr on the shaft which you will need to either sand or file down smooth before it will slide off easily. Try rubbing your thumb and forefinger around the shaft and you can most likely find a rough spot. Slide the wheel as far back out of the way as you can get it and take a very fine file or better still some emery cloth to get it smooth.

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