I bought a MY 2000 car for parts in August and we have been having a devil of a time getting the wheels off. If the previous owner had needed to put the spare on at any time he would never have gotten a wheel off. Those aluminum alloy wheels all seem to corrode at the hub and get stuck. I see the service manual for the P38 and L322 both say you should put anti-seize on the hubs whenever changing a wheel. I don't think the owner's manual mention this which is a bit of an oversight I think. I guess Land Rover doesn't expect owners to be removing/replacing their own wheels.