Question about Cars & Trucks
Existing wingnut is seized
Posted by Anonymous on
Usually you either get a quality penetrating oil from an automotive supply not a penetrating lubricant. let it sit for a day or two. Or have an oxy acetylene set of tanks you don't need much oxygene but some will increase the temperature to break the rust
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