I had that problem with a vehicle once. I made sure that the vehicle was properly supported, had the tire an inch off the ground, put a two foot long 4X4 block of wood against the rim, then I hit the wood with a 12 lb. sledge hammer.
I had to rotate the wheel a few times, and didn't get too crazy with wacking it. You might need a wider piece of wood, the wheel/tire I was working on was a low profile.
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