I am replacing my factory y-bridge and I'm having a problem with the last bolt. It is the back-top passenger side bolt. There is about a 1/4" clearance between the bolt head and the turbo compressor housing, and that is not going to be enough to slide the bolt out (I had to modify wrench just to get it loose). The y-bridge is loose and ready to come out. I could cut the head off, but I foresee the same problem when I try to get the new one in. I would really like to avoid moving the turbo; I can't even see all the mounting bolts for it and after removing the passenger side up pipe, I would like to avoid removing the driver's side up-pipe if possible. If that's the only way, then I would need some advice on the best way to loosen the turbo. I only need to move it back about a 1/2" to get clearance. I have not found a good video on this particular part of the job. Most guys are doing this on an LBZ and there seems to be a lot more clearance between this bolt and the turbo housing. I found a couple videos on the LMM y-bridge replacement, but everybody glosses over this part of the swap. Any suggestions would be most appreciated. Thanks.