Thanks, just wanted to double check, I have drilled the passenger- side torx with HSS drills, I am sure the heads are through, I hit the old passenger- side disc with a lump hammer and nothing moved! Can corrosion be that tough?
I have been drilling the Driver's side disc torx screws with HSS drills and either my drills are blunt or the metal torx are tough, I have had, one blunted drill, two bent drills, these are not £ shop specials either. This certainly isn't a 10 second job! Why don't they use something that doesn't corrode in situation, this is time I can ill afford, fannying about!.
The parts came from these guys, no one could come anywhere near them on prices.
Surely a Lump hammer would budge a stuck disc, did you use wood to dampen the shocks?
A fellow Honda Civic owner?
(Oh! I picked up my father's old Honda Civic 1.4, last week, registered Sept 03, bought 01/04, 36,200 miles! The Rover 400iS I had, now scrapped, was noticeably more powerful, yet my insurance charged me an extra £120 for the remaining six months of my policy, why? Driving it feels strange with the electronically controlled steering rack!). I am writing to complain about this, I expected the £18 transfer fee but.... Saga