The reason you probably can’t remove the copper bar is because it has two downward bends and connects the two smaller 1900uF regulator caps. Those caps are tough to get to and you’ll need a 5/16 hex box wrench to get the wires off (screwdriver won't fit at that angle). The caps are secured to the bottom panel with can brackets and the easiest way is to unscrew them from the bottom and leave the can in place on the cap. Mark the cap and the can bracket to install the new cap in the same orientation -- it helps a lot trying to align the bracket screws with the bottom panel holes and the holes of the buss bar. Also invest in an extra long nose pliers to hold the nut on the can screws.
I assume you removed the heat sinks from the amp chassis -- that’s the only way of getting to the 1900uF caps.
(Yes, I have taken this beast apart)