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Old 01 Jul 2004, 11:50 pm
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Default Wheel centers removing....How?

I'm thinking of making some wheel centers to replace the ones that came on them but I don't know how to get them off[:I] Can anyone tell me how hard they are to get off and not ruin them? Thanks.
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Old 02 Jul 2004, 02:26 am
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If you don't mind jacking up the car, take the wheels off and they pop out when you press them from the inside. That way you minimize the risk of damaging the edges.
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Old 02 Jul 2004, 11:39 am
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Thanks, when I take her down to the tire store and they rotate the tires I'll have them take them off.
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