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Old 07-10-2003, 01:15 PM
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Another option, if it isn't countersunk, would be to file two opposite sides of the head flat and take it out with an open end wrench or vice-grips.

Re: Welding: A good way to weld to a cap screw is to sacrafice an allen wrench. Put the wrench in the stripped hole and weld it there. This way you don't have to get "behind" or underneath a nut. It takes less welding, too (brazing works too if the area can take the heat, or if the cap screw doesn't go to ground)

Re: Drilling: Forget it. Most cap screws are hardened and drilling them is a nightmare, unless you can heat them up first.
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