Good idea to try and tighten the bolt just to break it free. The clamping force 
of the bolt isn't why this one is stuck - it is the corrosion between the 
threads. That is why heat works - it expands the bolt / threads just enough to 
overcome the corrosion. 

> On Sep 22, 2016, at 14:47, Lar Lar <ameg...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> 
> All good ideas to try so far.  Have you tried using the impact wrench to 
> tighten the bolt for just a few impacts, then try loosening it, maybe that 
> will break the corrosion bond.  Also do you know what the ft/lbs of your 
> impact tool is?  Mine is an electric one rated at 220 ft/lbs and it would not 
> take off the wheel nuts off on my car (thanks dealership, lol) but when taken 
> off by a garage to have the wheels balanced and put back on at the proper 
> torque it was fine. 
> We're all pulling for ya!
> 
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