Sorry Cruzad3r - just saw your reply. It was not easy. The position itself made it difficult to get anything but a 10mm closed wrench in there. I did try using the open and I did strip 2 of the bolts myself (happens to me a lot
) so I had to use a hammer and chizel to reverse it out of the axle. It did take some PB Blaster and a lot of patience. after a couple of hours both bolts finally came out. I did order new bolts from the dealership because i didn't want to use the same old bolts and have one of those strip on me. But I wouldn't it's too difficult just takes some time (extra if you strip the bolts) if you have it. I am not sure if there is a skinny 10mm deep socket that would fit in there since the space is extremely limited down there.
Was your indy able to get it off?