Ugg. You might need to get a punch that is just a bit smaller than the bolt. If the bolt is 1/4 try a 3/16 punch so it helps keep the holes lined up while you try to drive out the center. The photo makes it look hard to get at but I would hope it is not that bad. Good luck.The shear bolt on my Frontier PHD100 sheared on both ends and I can't seem to get the remaining center piece that's left out. I have tried pushing it through with another shear bolt, then with another shear bolt and tapping on it with a hammer. No luck. :banghead:
Any ideas on how to get it out?
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