I would not have used the flat fix, but pb blaster was fine for getting the nut off, the bolt was solid tight, no amount of pblaster, propane torch, or hammering on the bolt would loosen it, saw the bolt head move, but not the bolt, gonna bust that if I keep going I said to myself, so I got a spike and tried beating it out from the other side, ended up mushrooming the bolt so i cannot get the nut back on. Figure 10 minutes into the next snow blow the bolt will probably fall out by itself, you know how it goes. The bolt goes through a sleeve on the wheel through the axle.
Lived in Grand Forks, all the ladies wore boots, visited the twin cities and ladies wore high heels out doors, and it felt colder at a warmer temp in the twin cities, must be the humidity, Bing is near Frostbite falls,? @bing
I had no idea!