Discussion in 'Heavy Duty Diesel Truck Mechanics Forum' started by KostaN, Feb 22, 2021.
Tires froze to the ground?
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I threw rock salt around tires between tires behind
Still rock solid,wont move
Try going backwards, when shoes stick to the drums, they seem to always free up in reverse for me.
Two weeks? Have you tried calling someone? Road service. Maybe a wrecker or someone to try to pull you out of your spot?
I mean i am at my parking Im not on the road,I wanted to figure out myself since im was not driving anyways
What did you do to help them spin?
I am suspicious that it might be the my case
By summer time you should be free to roll.
Pour some bleach on the drives. Don’t need much. Let it run down between the tread and sit, maybe 30 minutes. Then try to move the truck.
Alright ########,good advice go ahead and roll now
I guess the bottom of the tires are frozen to the ground
Would bleach go all the way down ?
I have never heard of that before
I might give it a try