The impact wrench will encounter the same problem. Currently using a breaker bar.I've never tried to take it off. Best thing I can think of is if you have access to an impact wrench then you can probably get it off with that.
You would be surprised. The impact wrench probably could get it lose without even setting the parking brake.The impact wrench will encounter the same problem.
Sry, should have included more info in the initial post.Well let us address the wheel slipping while the rear brake is applied.
1. Are you using the parking brake alone?
2. Have you tried tying off the rear brake lever against the handle bar?
3. Have you got any friction material left on the pads?
4. Bleed the brakes to make sure you have got effective hydraulics.
5. If necessary replace with new pads.
Once you have got the above sorted:
5. Try again.
6. If still slipping then consider doing the job off the stands you will need someone to sit astride or rather straddle the bike while you do the grunt work.
7. If you are unsuccessful at this point - then a good impact wrench will be the preferred option and is usually successful.
I hope this is helpful.
I got it off finally.Give the breaker bar a few good old' whacks with a hammer, same effect, even better, then an impact. I've done this for 30 years, and you aren't going to ruin anything, but a Craftsman ratchet if that's what is hit with the hammer, lol.