1. Spray the nut and the inside of the wrench with WD-40.
  2. Put sand on the oiled surfaces (the nut and the inside of the wrench)
  3. Slide the wrench onto the nut until it seats. When you turn it, the sand will fill in the missing corners, and the nut should break for you.

From: http://www.tradetricks.org/archives/2005_03.html

 
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