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Hi Philip----It sound as though your only answer would be to have some one

put some heat on the nut then 9 out of 10  it will shift .????

A local garage some where will do it for you .???

 

Frank

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yes i was thinking of maybe carefully banging a 1 size smaller socket on to the nut then trying to loosen it with the breaker bar this is the first time I have been unable to get a nut off with a breaker bar bit worried about the heat as the wheels are alloy was wondering some shock and unlock spray would work

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