I know something similar has been posted before but, just wondering....
Just picked up a 99 GSX-R 600. Its the middle bolt on the L fairing and the lower middle bolt on the R fairing. All the other ones came off easily. They are the ones that require an allan key and those suckers were on tight!! Must have used a power drill or something... But what's the best option given that I can't really heat it up with a torch cause it will melt the fairing and the bolt is in a depression in the fairing? Can't access the bolt with vice grips. Can't weld anything onto the bolt.
I tried using a dremel and the circle cutting tool to make a line across the top, but most of my flat heads aren't wide enough to bridge the gap. The ones that do barely make it, and the biggest one I had stripped a corner off on the top. And cause it s a disc cutter, I can only go so deep and so far out, more in the middle than the edges of the hole.
So what should I use?
Chisel and hammer on the slit I made with the dremel?
Find a ginormous flat head screwdriver?