#1
When a screw has gotten worn out from screwing it with a screwdriver and it won't turn anymore,the screwdriver just keeps on spinning.

This happened to one of my screws on my Aprilia RS125 fairings today when I was removing the battery in order to charge it.

Pissed as hell,now I need the name of it in order to google solutions

Now my right fairing is flapping all over the place when I ride
Hodam,a stojim...
#3
Stripped
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#5
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get a new screw?


Not a problem,but how do I get this one out,it's halfway in!

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Stripped



Thanks
Hodam,a stojim...
#7
You need what is called a Stud or Screw extractor. It bores into the existing head of the screw and is designed so that when you turn the tool the other way it bites in and removes the screw.
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#8
Does the screw or the screwdriver turn? That's very important. If the screw keeps going, it's stripped. If the screwdriver just turns in the head of the screw, that's something else entirely.

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#9
Rounded out.
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