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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 04-27-2015, 07:54 PM Thread Starter
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I have decided to install the LLoydz ATS, and of course nothing goes smooth like Paul's videos (joking) but my real problem starts when I had removed the center bolt and trying to take the stock wheel out. The wheel does not move, no wiggle back and forth, no nothing, no movement whatsoever. What would you advise to do now?

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I think you should read this tread below

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I had the same problem that you described. I used a a piece of metal as a pry bar to break it loose just a smidgen so I could wiggle it. After that I carefully wiggled it with my hands until it came loose. I've heard from some on here that they can be a little tough to remove. Be patient and go easy with any pry tool.

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Mine was a little tough also - but with some pressure slowly it gave in and all went smooth after that...:^)

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