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Bleeding Bronco Brakes

I am attempting to bleed the brakes on my Bronco and cannot seem to figure out how to losen the bleed valve on the front brakes. Does anyone know what size/type of wrench is required to losen them? Every size I have tried seems like it is going to stip the nut. Thanks!
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