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Hi Guys trying to remove the steering wheel of my D/A 611H (Simplicity 4211H).It's been soaking with penetrating oil about 4 days now still won't budge. Any ideas beside torch or hacksaw would be appreciated. BTW I already did the obvious and removed the bolt. Eddy

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Eddy, I've found that a punch in your air chissel works well. make sure you put your bolt back in and leave it about a half of a round from tight, or if it is a nut leave it flush with the top of the stud. Apply pressure to the center with your air chissel (punch) while pulling up pn the steering wheel. Usually works for me. A small prayer first wont hurt.

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