Its a rounded head bolt with a washer.
So I used a small square file to square up the head and allow the pipe wrench to square up flush.
Use a small pipe wrench, ensure the teeth have grip. Once I got the nut turned a bit, I used the absolute smallest amount of penetrating oil.
Let it sit...
Was able to follow the manuals, videos and forum topics enough to know how to get started.
New bike, just finished putting it together.
Reasons I'm removing the rear wheel
- to adjust the over-tightened rear disc brakes
- because everyone who owns one of these says its a good idea to crack...