That word "myself" could take a few different meanings depending on the context, so depending on what you want to convey, there could be a few options:
To emphasize certainty that the action was complete:
I pulled the wheel off, I did.
To emphasize that you did the action without aid:
I pulled the wheel off alone.
To indicate where the wheel was ...
This doesn't make grammatical sense: reflexive pronouns are used when the subject and object are the same.
So if you decided not to use a reflexive pronoun but keep the meaning, you slip into a sort of 3rd person sarcasm/humor/caveman-speak:
"Blocko, you seem to be confusing yourself." becomes
"Blocko, you seem to be confusing Blocko."
Otherwise, you ...