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Spindal nut Removal - can't get it off.. - 1995 Honda Accord

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Usually those nuts are torqued pretty tight. If you can, you can have a shop loosen it and not re-tighten can drive short distances like that with no problem if you keep the speed down.
If you can't move the car, I use an impact socket on the nut, attached to a solid (non jointed) half or 3/4" breaker bar with about a five foot pipe over it...That will give you the leverage you need.

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