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I bought a mini ratchet for those torq bits from the auto parts store for $5.99. It will just barely fit in between the plastic and the screw.
Other option is to use a bit and a 1/4' open end wrench to get the screw to break loose, then just use the bit to remove the screw.
It can be done. It is a slight pain at times, but that is the easiest way to do those screws.
The little ratchets look like CLICK HERE. Autozone has them for around $5.99. Harbor Freight has them for $3.99 with the bits.
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