I followed the hillbilly method, and used a breaker bar with a socket, positioning the bar with the handle on the ground so the bar would not turn or move. Then, I turned the key, "starting" the engine for a second, and immediately turning it off (not a complete start). The bolt spun right out.
Is this the preferred method? Probably not. An air-powered impact wrench with the appropriate attachment is, more than likely, the best way.
even a $20 electric impact gun will take it off, lol thats what I used, than I rented autozone's $90 balancer puller and took mine off... returned it 5 minutes later and they refunded me every bit back....when you rent a tool from them its a deposit not an actual rental charge
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