How can I damage the torque wrench? It is rated higher than the effort I am pushing at it. I know I am pushing 100Nm at it because it is almost clicking. I just think that is too much effort when undoing a bolt so I would rather get it removed somewhere that if anything breaks, there is an option to get it sorted out. Well I now know (after contacting people who know) that I wasn't doing the wrong thing. Annoying that I hsve wasted 3 days undoing bits and then putting them back on. I have achieved nothing. Could have been working on one of those days. I know the thread on the bolt (which is the correct OEM Nissan bolt) is 12M and 1.25 , so it is the same as our wheel studs and wheel nuts. Just happens to one size I don't have in my tap/die box. I put the radius arm with the hacked up bush back in, so I can carefully drive the car somewhere to get it taken out again, get the other one out, bushes pressed out, have the threads on the bolt and UAS Brace cleaned up. Get the wheel alignment fixed and then I need tyres. It would be good if one shop that isn't too far away could do it all. Front camber will have to be sorted another day soon because I don't want to waste another set of tyres. 4 mild steel metal plates with 3 holes in each seems simple enough, but if the control arm bushes need replacing anyway, then an adjustable control arm probably works out cheaper. So I will look at those option too.