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1991 Honda Accord - Cannot get the axel nut on the wheel to loosen. Is it reverse thread or do I just need more man power?

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Did you remove the cotter pin? If so, you will need more manpower. Should not be reverse thread..........lefty loosey, righty tighty!

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