Do you know the part number or where to get it? I can't find the part numberDrill it out.
Drill a small hole down the middle of the stud using progressively larger drill bits till there is very little metal of the stud left. Then turn it out with vise grips, clean out the threads then thread in a new stud or bolt.
Once you have drilled out most of the center of the bolt, almost to the threads of the hub, it will turn out easy not matter how seized it was or is. Just be careful and don't go to big on the last drill bit.
It should come out. There is a Kawasaki part # for just the stud itself so its meant to be replaced.
Kawasaki Part # 92004-0028Do you know the part number or where to get it? I can't find the part number
PB Blaster for a few days then get a reverse drill bit that is about 1/2 to 2/3 of the diameter of the bolt and then drill it out. Sometimes the heat from drilling will loosen the bolt and it will come out with the bit. If that doesn't happen, use an easy-out or as some call them a screw/bolt extractor. It is squareish, tapered and after you tap it into the hole you drilled in the bolt, you put a wrench on the top of it, like a tap, and then back the bolt out. Works every time.Anyone else know an eaiser, faster solution?
+2Penetrating oil, a bit of heat on the stud and a pair of Vise grips? You have tons sticking out there it shouldnt be that bad.