Gas tank drain plug
So, I am attempting to remove the drain plug from my gas tank, and it's not budging. It looks to be frozen in there pretty good. I've soaked it down with liquid wrench, and have put some serious elbow grease into it.
It's a 3/8" square head, otherwise I would have considered an impact on it. Not sure if they make square impact sockets, an not sure using one on a gas tank is a good idea. And I'm not going to think about heating it up...because...gasoline.
Any other tricks I might try? I've thought of cooling it with dry ice or a dust spray can upside down, but then I'd be concerned with snapping it. I might just call is a loss, siphon out the old gas and call it good until I replace the tank (it's not in great shape anyway), but I thought I'd ask first.