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Are you sure it doesn't come off? I have usually found fittings will come off with a bit of persuasion (a long handled, appropriately sized wrench).

However, if you do not want to take it off, you can always use an inline needle valve.
 

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When trying to remove a fitting it's best to use two correct sized wrenches. Put one on the fitting you're taking off and one on the opposing fitting. Hold the wrench on the opposing side firmly as you turn the fitting you're taking off counter-clockwise. Just be careful to not break anything, or smash your knuckles once it does break loose(Happens to me all the time working on my cars).
 
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