Last night I swapped my struts and springs for a lower mileage set with STI pinks. Installation was a cinch thanks to Peaty. However, while torquing down the eccentric bolt that attaches the strut to the spindle on the front passenger side a baffling thing happened. I was tightening it with my torque wrench, set to 120 lb/ft (recommended torque is 129 lb/ft) the nut went from snug to loose and would then neither tighten nor loosen but spin in place. This all while I was holding the bolt in place, which leads me to believe the threads on the nut have stripped completely and now there's not even enough left to grab a thread onto the bolt to back out. This baffled me because this is some serious hardware and mine failed before even reaching its factory recommended torque. Now I know to replace the bolt is simple enough, the problem lies in how to back that nut out. I realize when a bolt or nut is stuck you put some heat on it. Does this apply in this situation? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated because I'm at a loss and I need an alignment. Thanks in advance.