Question about 1989 Dodge Ram 50
The best way to remove a stubborn nut or bolt is to heat it up with a torch, even the little propane torch is better than nothing. ifyou can heat it till it is red you can get it off with pliers. If there is no way to get a torch, then you will have to get a chisel and split it to get it off. good luck
Posted on Nov 10, 2010
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