At a local hardware store they should have a bolt extractor. Basically, you
use it like a drill bit (you need a drill for this), except this bit has a
clutch in it, so once its a certain depth in, it will start pulling out the
Spray it with plenty of WD40 and let it work in overnight. If there
is enough to get a grip on, which there usually isn't, you can try
vice grips. Also, heating it with a torch, if possible, can be a big
Next, would be a screw extractor. This is a tapered spiral device
available at auto parts stores. You drill a hole in the remaining
bolt, the screw extractor goes in and you turn it, which tightens it
into the hole and turns out the old bolt.
mmm ... thinking hard here ... yep! ya got ta fix yer haid first. So call 911
and have them come and fix your poor broken head. Then working on this bolt
will be a lot easier.
mcbrue thinkingly under the bridge in the trailer down by the river
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