Hey Fellas - trying to get the wheel cylinder off my 51 plymouth. Was trying to get the bleeder screw out so that I'd be able to turn the cylinder itself so i can get it disconnected off the brake line of the other side of the backing plate. Anyway - the nipple cracked off and I'm having a really hard time now getting a grip on it to get it off. Any reccomendations on what to try here? Drill it? Heat it up? One thing I was thinking... there is a notch through the backplate that the bleeder screw goes through. If I drilled that notch a little bigger I can probably get the wheel cylinder off and have a lot more room to get at the bleeder screw. Is that a bad idea? Once again... bear with me and any stupid questions as a I'm a newbie. Any input would be greatly appreciated! Thanks fellas!