Originally Posted by DFDubM
Recently had to take some off of a car I just purchased that came with them installed. After a Discount Tire employee beat the hell out of them with no success I took the car back and went straight to a friend's garage who used to race and now instructs. He had them off in about 15 minutes. No prying at all. He used a punch to wedge into one of the predrilled holes in the spacer and gave it a couple of good knocks to make it spin on the hub. Once we got them broke lose where they would rotate it was pretty easy to rotate right off. Don't focus on prying off, focus on getting them to rotate on the rim first.
this doesnt work if you have studs.