I have my Goldwing laid on its' side with 4 of the 5 rear wheel nuts removed but I can't get the last one off. The 3/4" six-point socket is trying to round-off the nut.
19 mm is 0.748 inches, or 3/4".. I've tried both 6 point and 12 point to no avail. I am about to the point of trying to use aluminum foil to get a tighter fit. Any ideas?
Sounds like it was over torqued.
Never use a 12 point on a hex HIGH TORQUE fastener. A 6 point would have to shear through MUCH more metal than a 12 point in order to round the hex points off.
If you have not removed it by now, you might want to put the others back on and ride to the place that you bought tires for your cars and ask them to us an impact wrench and 19mm impact socket to break it loose for you.
Or, maybe a nearby auto parts store will lend you the tools.
I usually use an air impact wrench, but have also used a 1/2 inch drive 24" breaker bar along with my 19mm 6 point impact socket.
Troy, Michigan 2007 Goldwing
Mile Eater Bronze, Silver, and Gold