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Nut on the end of skerer was rusted on. Had to

Nut on the end of skerer was rusted on. Had to slice it up with hacksaw to get it off. Where do I get another one? Still have one more to get off. Is there an easier way to get it off?

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You can buy replacement skewers at your local bike shop or bikepartsexpress.com. You might try spraying some penetrating oil (like Liquid Wrench) on the nut and then turning the bike on it's side for awhile to let the liquid penetrate the threads. If that doesn't work then I'm afraid your choices are 1. a big wrench, 2. a dremel tool or as you have already used 3. the hacksaw. When you do get new skewers be sure and unscrew the nut and put some light oil on the threads every few months.

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