I just took this guy off on Sunday. I used a #7 allen wrench (I'm pretty sure) and I actually used a screw driver that is designed to take different bits (phillips, flathead, etc.). I inserted the end of the allen wrench into the slot for the bits, so that with the sleeve of the screwdriver around the allen wrench, I could put a lot more leverage on the bolt without hurting my hand. This worked. They all popped. However, yours may be tighter, in which case I would suggest some PB blaster beforehand. The previous poster is correct, in that an impact wrench is best, but I don't know if you can fit it up there with the lack of space.
Monday, September 7th, 2009 AT 5:13 PM