Ratty wrote:I left a comment suggesting a pipe wrench because I know that works. Maybe you can suggest your favorite non-electric mode of removal.
Although pipe wrenches gives one more leverage than shorter length socket wrenches or open end wrenches, pipe wrenches have very sharp jaws, which aren't parallel, and if
the lag screw head is the contact point, those jaws could
distort the head enough that the socket won't slide on the next time the lag screw is used.
There are "smooth jaw" wrenches (useless on pipe or rebar) that would give extra leverage vs. a normal sized socket wrench or open end wrench:
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