I finally got the bolt out, sort of. I ended up using a #5 ezout size from my set which matched up to an 11/16 drill bit. I heated the bolt up until smoke was rolling out of the other access holes in the frame. I hammered the ezout up into the drilled out bolt, found that an 8 point 3/8" socket could be forced onto the end of the ezout and used a bf pipe over the socket wrench for extra force. The nutsert broke free and the bolt was loose but still would not drop out of the frame.
I then put a vice grip on the bottom of the ezout and was wiggling it back and forth while pulling downward trying to get the whole thing out of the frame. All of a sudden the vice grip pulled off the end of the ezout and poof, the bolt and ezout all disappeared. Never heard anything hit the floor and never found the ezout or bolt. It was like a Criss Angel Mind Freak moment.
The ezout and bolt now have to be up in the frame but i could not feel or see it in any way. I figure if I ever sell the Jeep I will have to add another $8.00 to the sale price to cover the cost of the ezout tool I am providing inside the frame.