I went to visit GRW the other day and he told me the best way to remove those stuborn philips head screws is to use a chisel. He said to use a cold chisel, what type is this or are there other types that can be used?
i supposed your talking about the door screw? am i right? i tried an impact driver on those things and that didnt even work. i didnt try a torch but i figure it was sitting out in the arizona sun so im sure that heated it up quite a bit. i think im just going to drill those dang things out and just replace the screws.
If the screws are already stripped use a die grinder or dremel to cut a slot for a regular blade screwdriver heat the screw then smack it sharply with a hammer use a large screwdriver with a pair of vice grips on em this allows you to put all your wieght on the driver and use the grips to turn the screwdriver.I've never come across one I could'nt get out, and I live in the rust belt of Michigan.good luck!
I tried a hammer driver. It worked aon a couple, but started to strip a couple. Then I drove to the neighbors house and he got a BRAND NEW pair of Vice Grips and carefully clamped them (sideways on the bolt) It worked great.