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Removing Front Axel nut on a ford focus se 2001

IVE tried A breaker bar, breakerbar w 6 foot pipe, ive heated it and it still wont budge help please

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I used a 1/2 18 volt impact wrench.i got it from snap on.it took the axle nut like it wont there.your axle nut torque is 232 ft lbs.that a lot of torque. you have to replace the axle nut and the circlip on axle shaft.

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