Ever broke an ease-out off in a bolt? Ever notice they always break flush? And they are harder than common drill bits so don't even try to drill them out without special stuff. Well, I broke the steering limiter off in the driver's side knuckle trying to adjust it. Took the hub off, set it up in the drill press, drilled a hole through the center. Next, I went through repeated sessions of penetrating oil, heat, work with the ease-out, oil, heat again, some hammer love'in thrown in here and there, not doing any good. Eventually, I got too pushy and broke the ease-out (doing it by hand so I probably go too much side load ). So now I'm thinking @#$#$, @#$%, and @##$ @%#5 just for good measure. Then I looked over at my new welder and thought, WTF! Cleaned up what was left of the bolt real nice, and proceeded to "make" myself a new bolt head. Welded the ease-out into the bolt (nice and strong), built it up about 1/4" or more, ground two sides flat, add penetrating oil again, and worked it with a pair of vice-grips. Had it out in about 10 minutes! (doing the Snoopy Happy Dance!) There was only one small problem, my hand slipped when I started one of the arcs and I welded the bolt into the casting just a little bit. A couple of minutes with a die grinder and small pointed stone took care of that by grinding down the minimal penetration (arc was there probably less than a sec) till I could see the bolt outline again. So, if you're ever in that position, grab a welder and GOOD LUCK! Russ 85 K30 CUCV, 350 TBI, TH400, 205, D60/C14, 4.56 Locked, 4" lift, 42" tires Some day: massive cutting, shorter wb and rear overhang.