Well, it's just a thought but I would try some WD-40 or liquid wrench, something along those lines, soak it down real good and let set for a little while and hit it again- then take a hollow pipe that will slip over the rachet handle to give you more leverage to help break it loose. Worst case- you snap the bolt and have to get a new one to puit it back together. If you have the nut off and are just trying to slide the bolt out then maybe you should put a jack under the rearend and take some of the pressure off of the arm.
Still use the lube and maybe try twisting the bolt then knocking it out. Bolts like this are a pain but sooner or later they will come out! :Evil:
Tuesday, July 9th, 2019 AT 5:32 PM