Join Date: Feb 2005
Location: Southington, CT
I agree with ddwyer, PB Blaster is the best stuff I have ever used! Let it soak over night and give it a shot. Another thing to do is to heat up the bolt. If you have a torch or one of those propane torches used to do plumbing, heat the crap out of the stubborn bolt and then give it a turn. Most times, that will work. Try to get the bolt red if you can. The hotter it gets, the more likely it will come free. You can also try giving the bolt a wack with a hammer a few times to hopefully shock the threads. Do you have a breaker bar? If not, a piece of pipe will work. Take a long piece of pipe, at least 2 feet long, and put it on the end of your rachet and you will get some serious leverage to turn that bolt! That might be your best bet, and combined with heat, you should get those out.
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