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I have a broken exh bolt the needs to come off

I have a broken exh bolt the head needs to come off right side any do's or don't?

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THIS is a tuff job that nobody likes,its real easy to break another one,or more.....Have a real Good Socket that Fits Right..Good Luck!!OK...

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