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Ideally, if you have to drill some (2) out, you don't want to break the other in the pair. You should probably try and drill the broken ones first if you still have to remove the pair studs. from memory you want the other stud as a locating point. That drilling tool works well - esp when you have good access to the studs. Many have used it underneath the car.
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