Originally Posted by Creative Engineering
I added a few notes to one of your photos that should give you an idea of how to do it.
Start out with the punch at a 45 degree angle relative to the intake surface to get a good indentation. After that alter the angle slightly as you're tapping. Also try holding the punch nearly in-line with the stud and giving it a sharp hit 2-3 times, then continue at an angle again.
It can be time consuming, but it's a happy moment when you see the blasted thing start to move...Once you get it turning, only tap as hard as is required to keep it going.
got it!, thanks jim... took a bit but it work it self out..hey your in clearwater..
how much is your clutch adapter? are you willing to trade for some tattoos? lol i work at the good ol atomic tattoos in brandon!