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Old 10-15-2006, 12:04 PM   #1
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I cant get it off no matter what...
penetrating oil,heating it up with a torch,hitting it with a hammer,putting the wheel on and kicking it HARD....anyone have any idea...yes I removed the bolts that hold it on is there somthing else holding it on?
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I assume that you will be replacing it? I had that problem years ago with an '89. I finally went and rented a slide hammer to get the sucker off. Even then, it took several good wacks to get it loose.
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