Not sure what you are using on them but if you go to sears they have something that I think is called a manual impact hammer that should help quite a bit. Its semi cheap as well...around $25. You put a socket on it and every time you hit it with a hammer it turns the bolt 20 degrees. That way you are getting both the turning and the downward pressure that may help knock it free from the rust.
I hear ya on this problem...when I replaced my bumper, I managed to get all my bolts out, but all the exposed threads on the bolts were literally eaten away. It looked like they'd been dipped in a bowl of acid. Good luck removing them!
And sorry...can't offer much help on this problem...
"We don't build great brakes because we think you don't know how to drive, we build them for the guy on the road in front of you that doesn't." - Black Magic Brakes
I am just going to say you're a wheeler and know what to do. If you bring your jeep out the morning of good friday to the campsite and say hey we need to do some quick work I am going to leave you there and take my tools You better get everything done before hand and even aired down please lol!
Just to add injury to insult----- I put another tow hook on the front of the jeep and just a little baby 3/8" ratchet and the torxs bit got my top two bolts out with no effort at all
Know nothing SPEAK on everything
Originally Posted by ccain
Isn't the JK just a rebodied PT Cruiser?!
Originally Posted by coyote_94yj
Just a few more inches Red. You can take it.
If you haven't gotten more out of the insurance company than you deserve, then you haven't screwed them nearly as much as they have been screwing you for the past xx years.
i had the same thing happen to me!! i had to drill them out with a 1/2 inch bit (steel drilling type) wasnt to bad!! then had to weld in a new nut plate in 4 holes. i tried tons and tons of differ type screw outs and just snapped them all .... so good luck