I need to replace the lower control arm of my 1997 2.7 Tacoma 4X4. Unfortunately, I discovered the adjustment cams running through the lower control arm bushings are frozen in place. I’m ordering new cams, but I’d like recommendations for removing the cams without too much effort or further complicating the lower control arm removal. The best idea I’ve come up with, so far, would be to use my woodworking pipe clamps to press them out (after protecting the nut end of the cam by placing a large head bolt through the cam first and putting shims around the other end of the cam for the pipe clamp to rest on). I applied PB Blaster and a 50/50 mix of ATF & acetone, but I couldn’t get it to break free. I didn’t want to use the pipe clamp until I had replacement cams on hand, as this is my only transportation. Any suggestions would be appreciated.