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Re: Hugger or no hugger
« Reply #20 on: 13 May, 2020, 09:09:35 PM »
All of the above especially the determination to overcome as well as a ball pein, cold chisel, punch, hacksaw, file and impact driver. Never really thought about the origins of 'mullered' I picked it up in my apprenticeship days and its been with me ever since.

Here are the offending items amongst the left overs, some don't look too much of a challenge but with what looked like Loctite 272 or similar applied to the full thread they put up a reasonable amount of resistance. What idiot uses a high strength threadlock on the likes of screws securing the likes of brake line clamps and rear wheel huggers? I've said it before and I'll say it again some folk should not be allowed spanners.