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Old 03-05-2012, 03:15 PM
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My girl bought her cousins 06 suzuki ltr, it has had paddles on it its whole life. I don't think theyve ever been taken off. The rear rims are aftermarket, the stock lugnuts are tapered in (as seen in the pic) and the stock rim is tapered in so it fits nicely, with these aftermarket rims; a flat lugnut should have been used.

It looks like it has pretty much joined the damn rim and the hub together. I have beat both rims multiple times with a soft mallet, put a 2x4 inside the inner part of the rim and beat it with a hammer, WD40 and it will NOT budge one bit...



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Keep hammering. Not much you can do.

Can you get a screwdriver/chisel/pry bar in between the rim and hub? Got a blow torch?
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get a bigger hammer. Use a steel faced hammer againest the back side of the hub can help break the bond simlar to breaking a tierod taper. also dont be affraid to hit the tire you get more leverage just use a rubber mallet/dead blow
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Keep hammering. Not much you can do.

Can you get a screwdriver/chisel/pry bar in between the rim and hub? Got a blow torch?
Ok, ill try that. No I don't have a blow torch.

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get a bigger hammer. Use a steel faced hammer againest the back side of the hub can help break the bond simlar to breaking a tierod taper. also dont be affraid to hit the tire you get more leverage just use a rubber mallet/dead blow
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Unbolt all the lugnuts and launch it several times


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secure one side to a tree, truck bumper, pole barn stud, ect and wrap a another chain around the rim ur trying to get off and use a ratchet strap come along to pull it off.. use a little heat if needed.. or pour tranny fluid over those studs and let soak before u try to pull it off
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jack up the bike, tie a rope around the tire and rim. tie the other end to the hoe, slowly releve tension in the rope. then nail it!.

it will come off. i promise
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