So I'm currently putting on SUV rear dual piston calipers and rotors on my 2004 Silverado. The passenger side went smooth and had no problems. The driver side as I was installing the new e-brake shoes, I sheered off the tiny bolt that holds the bracket for the brake shoe. No idea how I got it that tight that quick, but what's done is done. Obviously I need to use an EZ out, but the rear axle hub is too close to get a drill lined up. I can grab pics for reference. What I'm likely going to have to do is drain my diff (that I just changed in September), remove the c-clip holding the drivers axle, and pull it out enough to fit my drill. Will I have to replace the seal if I slide the axle out a few inches? I have no leaks or problems with the axle seal or bearing, so I'd rather not replace them. Thanks in advance.