Originally Posted by STL
The picture is posted above is a easy out.
You have to drill a hole into the head of the bolt. Drill it pretty deep so the easy out gets deep to get a good grip on the bolt.
K man thanks Ill look into it when I get the bolts and if I can just get the old out or not, but cant really do anything at all until I get the new ones in. I was just going to go to the hardware store but in my Haynes manual I just happened to come across a part where it says that the bolts have a special coating to keep them from backing out on their own, so its best to by new ones, not use regular bolts. Now this might just be them saying that because their supposed to, and im sure regular bolts from the store prolly would have worked but I decided to just not worry about it and order new. I ordered those HB1 number that was in the illustration so hopefully those are right. Ill keep ya updated.