Could use some advise on repairing a piece of sill plate in the corner of my garage . Its 2 x 4 sill and its rotten and a hole through to outside.I noticed this when i was replacing the banged up asbestos tiles on the outside. (for some reason the whole bottom row of asbestos tiles on the back of the house was broken or Cracked needing replacement). The house was built in 1964 so I'm sure there are areas of sill plate 2x4 needing replacement. I would like to do this myself and save $ being christmas is near and have 4 kids, no 5 i forgot the wife.I know i have to jack up the whole corner slightly to install new Pressue treated sill 2x4 and sill tape. the area is only 2 feet I'm attempting for starters. Theres a bolt coming up from the block with nut to tighten the sill plate for sturdiness and so it won't shift. How do i get the stud under the vertical 2x4's with the bolt in the way?? I don't want to move 2 or 3 wall studs out of the way because that would involve cutting the screws or nails that hold the sheathing or wallboard. Im thinking the only unobtrusive way is to notch or cut out 3/4 of an inch of new sill , enough for the pressure treated new sill to slide in onto the bolt,hammering it in place from inside the garage.There is no sheeetrock on inside wall in garage , waiting to repair this first before finishing rock. Any suggestions gents ??