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Just an FYI - if you haven't already rotated or removed your alloy rims at least once, you may want to take a few minutes to pull off your rear rims. I moved my fronts to the rears and the rears to the fronts this weekend. Glad I did! The rear rims were stuck on there real good. I had to find the right size piece of wood and pound away at the rims from under the truch to break the hub free from the rim. It took a dozen or so good wallups on the wood with a 3 pound sledge to free them. It would have been a bad day if I had to attempt this on the side of the road due to a flat.
 

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I put a light coat of antisieze on mine to prevent this from happening again.
 
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