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Old 01-01-2016, 08:18 PM   #15
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Nothing is seized you just need to take the wheel and tire off first like overlander stated above , it's just common sense
>>>>"I'm trying to pull a tire for repair on my new-to-me 87 Excella. Having removed all the lug nuts, the tire won't budge." SNIP.....

S B....read the OP before offering blind observation. It's just common sense.


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Use a large rubber mallet and hit the tire around the outer edge.If it does not release carefully hit the back of the tire out.If still no release lower the jack slowly putting weight on wheel and tire without lug nuts then raise trailer again.


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I've had these wheels "stick" so badly, I've had to loosely install the lug nuts, put the trailer back on its wheels, and tow it around the yard, to break them loose. Just DON'T go out on the street that way.
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Old 01-05-2016, 03:20 PM   #18
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^^^^ That is a good technique. I have done this as well. Not in AZ when I lived in Michigan.

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