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Lowering honda accord 2005-2006

When you remove the wheel there is a bolt that is splined I guess? How can you remove that, is there an easy way? I am writing for my husband he is out trying to lower this Accord he finally got the one bolt but 3 others are yet to be removed, he tried for hours and hours to remove this bolt or whatever it is to try and lower this car, using anywhere from heat, to water, to air hammer, to regular hammer, and whatever else. Is there an easier way? thank you

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