we soaked bolts in the liquid wrench already, but motor is in pieces so starting is not an optionLiberal amounts of liquid wrench. Let soak for at least a day and reapply. Turn on the car and get them hot if necessary. Use a good quality extension. You'll be putting a lot of torque on it when breaking them. Last resort would be a torch. Replace w/ stainless bolts/washers/nuts and anti-sieze. You won't have the problem ever again (unless you DON'T use anti-sieze!).
hmm that is good, wolf Im gonna have to get a floor jack to lift that car higher, that little one a aint cuttin itHave you considered a cordless to hold you over till you have your dollars saved up?
This one is cheap, but only makes 140 Ft. lbs.
This one is more expensive, but makes 220 Ft. lbs.
For reference, stock B-body lug nuts are supposed to be torqued to 100 ft. lbs. I've been using the same Harbor Frieght cordless impact since 2004 and use it often. I race (swap tires) 8 or more times each year, plus stuff around the garage. I hardly ever drag out the pneumatic one unless this one can't break it loose (almost never). It is the best money I've ever spent on an automotive tool.
Harbor Frieght also sells cheap impact sockets. They may be cheap, but I've never broken one.