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You could even take a regular 3/4 or 19mm and just grind it thin enough. Just keep quenching it in wTer to keep from overheating it. I used to own some logging equipment and I had my good wrenches and also a cheap set for bending into odd shapes and cutting the heads off and welding them back on at different angles etc.

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Went to a flea market and bought a wrench a little smaller than what I needed (measured the nut as best as I could). Filed the opening bigger by trial and error until it fit perfectly. Cost me $1 and a little elbow grease.
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