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Ratchets can be rather bulky as you've found. Combined with a deep socket in the wrong place, you aren't going to remove the fastener. Using a shallow socket and and proper length extension moves the ratchet out of the way to where it belongs. Straight Drive Extension Wobble Drive Extension The wobble drive allows for some misalignment between what the ...
Assuming you are okay with the nut falling once removed, you could try an offset ratchet wrench similar to these There are a wide variety of types, styles and price points. Images and links for reference only. Not an endorsement of any goods or sources.
I had a similar bed my Dad made for me after I fell in love with my friends as a pre-teen. He attached only two sides by bolts to the walls, thick walls of redwood as a bed frame, to surround me in bed, the other two sides came out and met flush like crown molding. My bed was in a corner. But the outstanding corner, where much of the weight was balanced ...
For neatness you could consider the use of a carriage bolt through from one side of the wood "pivot" point and then put a flat washer and a nyloc nut on from the other side. The parts look like this: Carriage bolt - The square part under the rounded head keeps the bolt from turning in the wood. Flat Washer - This keeps the nut from digging into the wood. ...
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