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How do you remove a frozen rust on tire bolt?

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2005-11-13 16:05:18
2005-11-13 16:05:18

You can try a spray like WD40 or some other rust penetrating oil, but I've found that they seldom work. Try lightly tapping on the bolt but not hard enough to mash or distort the metal (it doesn't work too well for a siezed nut). If that doesn't work, try a little heat. spray well with crc lubricant several times and let soak in for a period of time before you try to break lugs free

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