rounded head on bellhousing bolt????
i have been having issues with my jeep and with the help of this site and my neighbor it was narrowed down to the throwout bearing. i purchased a clutch kit from the neighborhood advance auto which came with the slave cylinder/bearing, pilot bearing/bushing pressure plate, alignment tool and clutch plate. i have never attempted removing transmissions or anything like that before but i figured what the hell and decided that it would be a good learning experience. i have since removed the front rear driveshafts, various lines to and from transfer case, the brake line from cylinder in bellhousing, exhaust since i couldnt clear the removal without it, and finally arrived to the point to where the bellhousing had the mounting bolts left in that. i removed the 6 bolts around the side and didnt know there was two more bolts at the top which my neighbor pointed out to me and he offered to help and didnt turn it down. since he has a jeep and has had one for a long time i figured he knows way more than me and he proceeded to try and take them out. turns out he thought that they were one size and it turned out to be inverted star heads and he ended up rounding off the head before i got back from the store with the set of star sockets. my question now is does anyone have a good idea as to how i can get that top left bolt out???? its definitely stripped because i put the right size socket on it and it was already too far gone. any ideas or info is appreciated thank you