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im puttin a wicked wheel on right now and i cant get the old one off how can i do it i need to be done before it gets dark...please anyone



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are you using air tools or not

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the wheel is attatched to the "nut" looking portion....you need to hold onto the exhaust side wheel and then hit the nut on the wheel with an impact......you also need to have the intake housing off to do it...
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yea im using air tools and i got the housing off. i saw a video on here and it said it just over comes the exshaust side but that not working



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yea im using air tools and i got the housing off. i saw a video on here and it said it just over comes the exshaust side but that not working
if you have an impact wrench on it hold the socket with your hand and keep bumping the impact wrench and it should break loose , you take a chance of damaging exhaust side to hold it but you may have to hold it but be very careful

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hold which socket???



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hold which socket???
the socket on the impact wrench , if you hold it while trying to impact it it will help get the nut loose to remove the wheel, try it should work

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hold which socket???
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no , when i do a wicked wheel i hold the socket on the impact side, i try not hold the exhaust side at all, never had one that wouldnt come off without just a slight bump of the impact , it does work

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