Yep, seems like a bad case of sticky nuts. :/ The bolts in the pic came out pretty easily, and can be turned by hand now thanks to some PB Blaster.
GOPHERIT, I was using a hammer and punch on the loosened bolts, in an attempt to get the nuts to unseat. After awhile, I figured I better make sure I didn't miss something. You do give me the idea to maybe put the bolt in from the top, to maybe be able to pull it out in some way. We'll see.
Hoping I can get it off on Friday, as the car is getting paint correction on Saturday, and I want to have the new headlights in beforehand.
2009 PBM GT
Under the Knife Again
Wiseco Pistons, K1 Rods, Johnson Lifters, BLP Keep Hatin' PDS Cam, Roto-Fab, BLP Ported Intake and Throttle Body, Kooks 1-7/8 long tubes, XForce Varex Catback, ZL1 Converter, Camaro Trans Pan/Filter, GXP Brembos
Breyton GTS-AV Wheels, 6k HIDs, Holden Steering Wheel and Paddle Shifters, Eibach Springs, 35% Tint
Tuned by Day Tuning