It's called rust dude, grab a rubber mallet or something that won't damage the wheel and bang on the inside of the wheel so it will give.
there is no need to go get a gear puller to pull one wheel off that is probally rusted on and or over torqued on, using a rubber mallet or kicking the corner of the tire is perfectly fine and will not hurt anything (as long as the car stays on the jack )baldmountain said:Don't go banging on the wheel to get it off. The reason it is wedged is because someone used an air wrench to put on the bolts and over torqued the lug nuts. (And people wonder why they get bent rotors and have bearing problems.)
Go to Sears and get a gear puller. One of these:
Use it to pull the wheel off. Put the hooks in the holes in the steel wheel. When you put the wheel back on use a torque wrench to properly tighten the lug nuts.
I told ya'. $30 at Sears for a gear puller. Works every time. And you'll have it when you are stuck in the middle of no where with a flat and one of the other wheels won't come off. I leave mine in the trunk with a wrench that will turn it.hailxkill said:In the end, my dad just bought some fix-a-flat and drove it to the tire-change place.