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man that blows. i just took those bolts off my car two days ago. waiting for the BMR stuff i bought. i had to pretty much move the whole master out of the way. but i wouldnt know how to cut them sorry. its a tight squeeze
You may be able to turn them out with vice grips too if they aren't too tight. I would definately move the master cylinder, it's so easy and makes getting to those bolts a lot easier. If you were near DFW I would show you how to do it with an air chisel.
You can take it to a mechanic and have them break them loose with an air hammer with a chisel bit. What you do is put a chisel bit in an air hammer then place the chisel on the side of the bolt head, when you impact the chisel on the side of the bolt head it will turn the bolt. This can be done with a hand chisel and hammer but will be a pain.
Worst case scenario is you can drill the bolts completely out and go back with a bolt and nut.
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