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I have the classic rear-end wobble due to worn out bushings on the rear lower control arms. I bought new control arms and bolts. I have tried without success to break the nuts with an impact drill and a breaker bar. My only hope now is to cut them off. I can't use a torch on the driver side due to the gas tank. Does anybody have any suggestions on the best way to cut these off or get them off period?

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i had that problem with mine, i started with a sawzall which wasnt very effective, all i ended up with was sore arms and shoulders. what finally did it was a 4" grinder with a thin metal cutting disc on it. you have to find the right kind as some have discs that are too large and would cut into the frame and others have weird guards on them that wont allow you to cut deep enough
 
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