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I have air powered rotary abrasive hack saw and oxygen acetylene ferrous oxidizing hack saws at work. Also I have a BFPH (Big Fucking Pneumatic Hammer) that will usually snap alloy sway bar links with a couple pops thus making them easier to manipulate and get a grab onto. But as I mentioned, for a Toyota with OE or OE style plastic socket end links the easiest thing to do is to get the plastic cup out of the steel end of the link, then get the cup off the ball, then grab the ball end with vice grips, and go at it.
 

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Yeah Georgia has little rust but as I said I have a northern car lol....I had serious rust....nothing that rusted off metal suspension parts but bolts aplenty....as I said....vice grips are your friends lol
 

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You will need a die grinder for the job. If you don’t have one of those. Some vice grips and a socket if it’s not stuck. If you have the die grinder I would just go right to that save some time and head aches.
 
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