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Old 03-09-2006, 04:38 AM   #11
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Yeah like willwren said, take one off and put it in your bath tub.
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Or fill up the itre with air to the proper pressure and coat them with soap water... no need to pull them off the car if you don't have a water tub like some tire places do.
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Or fill up the itre with air to the proper pressure and coat them with soap water... no need to pull them off the car if you don't have a water tub like some tire places do.
you will have to take it off. just incase it is on the inside.
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Or fill up the itre with air to the proper pressure and coat them with soap water... no need to pull them off the car if you don't have a water tub like some tire places do.
you will have to take it off. just incase it is on the inside.
I've got a set of ramps It'* quicker to crawl under for me than to pull em...
That'* me though. I'd rather not pull a wheel..
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