I have tried the Acetone way (too Slow), boiling them (not quite enough heat) and baking them. I have only done this with off road wheels and that could be different. Both 1/10 and 1/8. Boiling just doesn't release the CA for me. That is why I tried to bake them. I figured if 212f isn't hot enough, I would try 260f. That is how 300 for 30 minutes works out. I checked them with my Raytech. When the rubber gets to 260f, the tires peel right off. I let 'em cool first. I learned this because I am Thrifty (cheap).
I have never melted a wheel. I have done both plastic and nylon.
David Root. Don't knock it until you try it. MmmmTire aroma ina the house. Mmm