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Old 21st May 2024, 14:39   #11
Martin Butler
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When i did mine, I was able to get a spanner onto the top nut, but didn't have enough room to undo it, so once the bottom nut is off, I used a locking wrench to grip the shaft, then turn it using the wrench until the arm became free, if they are really bad,, don't waste time ,use a cordless small angle grinder on the flat
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