Son bought a 95 YJ 2.5L in July for his first car and figured it would be good way for he and I to do some "bonding" (read him learning new curse words) doing some fix up stuff together.
I have been reading the forum for a while and just upgraded to premium membership as this site has been invaluable (e.g. caps issue in ECU). Kudos to everyone for being so helpful and knowledgeable!
Now to my question - we have started stripping it down. Got back fender flares off. When taking front ones off, there is a bolt/screw at bottom of flare where extension flare meets going through a plate and into body. We see no way to get to back of it to keep it from spinning like all the other connectors. Should I drill it out or is there some secret to this one? If I drill it out, still no way to get to back, so what would we replace it with when we put them back on?
Well, I finally realized when y'all were saying inside Jeep, you meant under the hood. Those are a bear to get to and keep from spinning (who invented the round nut concept?). We have all but those two off now, so I agree with Matt - time to chisel
Have them off now. Had to split one of the nuts. Also had to bend a piece of metal to get a good grip on the one's at bottom of each side of engine compartment. Now on to other areas to get it ready to paint