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Nut or the end of the axle

I cant get the nut off the axle that holds the axle snug to the hub iv sprayed it whith oil iv tried an impact gun in both directions and it wont break loose

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Get a strong socket and a log breaker bar. I have a 4 foot breaker bar that hold 3/4 drive sockets. Mine was tight also but it came loose with that bar. The only other suggestion would be to heat it up quickly with a torch and go for it.

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