yeah, its funny, sometimes ill have a beer or 2, and i actually figure how to fix something or make it work more effectively, other times ill have a can of rootbeer and some whiskey and start breaking stuff. lesson learned for sure.All three ways can work. Could be a double nut, a clamp, or a driver that will eventually do the trick. What I have learned is to just stare when drinking and don't touch! To work on a bike or to ride a bike after or later or at the time is a bad outcome. I do like to drink some while cleaning up and that is when I gather my thoughts about the project. My agriculture teacher taught us about ruminating, it's what a cow does most of the day but has a deeper meaning.
going to try the 2 bolt trick. yeah idk, i enjoy a good beer and some food cart tacos every now and againGrind flats on the last 1/4” of it and grab it with vise grips or a wrench.
Put a 5/16 or 3/8 nut over it, weld in the center and use a half or 9/16 wrench to remove it.
Tighten two nuts against each other and use them to back it out.
Cut it off and use a left hand drill bit to drill it out.
Cut the alcohol out. When you stop for a while like 6mo to a year and then try the craft ipas you wonder to yourself “how could I have ever drank this nasty sh*t”
yeah i dont have vice grips, and the thing is dead stuck on, i dont think vice grips would do anything but strip the boltLast time I had to remove a broken stud (broken off flush) it took me ten minutes or less.
It's been four days, man. Grab that thing with vice grips and twist it out already.