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Can you borrow the war departments electric blanket, could soften up the rubber.
Most have soft and hard rubber rings that one adds the mounting grease to (if sealing is the issue, I read it is the tyre wont fit over the rim), might invest in some of these for your favourite tyre shop?
The lube need be on the rim, not the rubber.
Last option, remove a kerf of rubber from the inner most bit of the tyre? Suppose there is not loads of force, unless your tracking it and braking heavily.
Find out where the limits are, and start from there
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