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Re: It's always the last bolt. . .
Mike--try in this sequence:
1. Spraying liberally with Liquid Wrench or CRC 656. Let it soak
for 24 hours (reapplying spray from time to time).
2. Try *tightening* nut, then backing it off. If no movement,
don't further bugger the flats.
3. Heat with propane tourch, tap with lead-head mallet, then hit
with a blast of Freon (gasp!). (The Audi Gods can work *that* out with the
Environmental Gods). DO NOT inhale fumes of freon hitting hot metal.
Phosgene gas, I'm told. We'll ventilated, yattie, yattie, yattie,
disclaimers apply, my wife owns everything I use and I'm poor as a
churchmouse but have a killer-lawyer brother in law. (Does that cover my
4. Repeat sequence.
186,000 miles/sec: It's not just the law, it's a good idea!