A previous owner of my bike had the grand idea of using red loctite on everything, and although I did my best to use heat (kinda chickened out a bit with the torch, particularly with these bolts so close to the gas tank) and managed to get most bolts out without stripping or breaking anything, a few of the mounting holes which use pressed in threaded inserts are now spinning freely. Specifically, one of the rear mounts for the top plate, and one side of the underside mounts used by certain pannier systems. I think I can reach the top plate insert from the side after removing the tail lamp plastic, and can probably JB weld the insert so i stops spinning. The two underneath though, there's no access to the backside of the inserts. Any idea how to reseat these? Or drill out and replace? I think if I drill them they will end up falling down the subframe tube and might rattle around forever :huh Thoughts? Has anyone replaced these with some type of rivet nut? Top plate, its the top right bolt hole that's spinning: And these lovely bastards. It was no fun grinding off the bolt heads and getting glowing hot metal right next to the fuel tank. Still haven't taken the time to get the studs out yet.