Thanks, but dont think that would work. theres hardly anything sticking out and what there is is round! Im wondering if it will be possible to remove the hub and grind the top of the stud off and knock it through from the other side?
Got two off a corsa using a tight fitting multi spline socket and threaping it on. But looking at the pic there's not much left to go at so, Tedious, but best chance of saving the rim, small drill bit down the centre of stud, then big drill same size as the stud, slow and steady, good luck
Tighten the other wheel nuts as tight as you dare to take as much pressure of it as possible.
I would then hit the stud a mighty drive fair in the centre with a good drift from behind, but I presume that's not possible as hub still on car so we'll not do that.
I would then try to tap it round with a small chisel but you say you've done that so try tapping it round again.
If that didn't work find a flat spot on the cone bit and centre dab it and drill it with a small bit and then increase bit size gradually till you split the cone, try tapping it round again.
If that doesn't work split it on the opposite side and then tap the two halves out.
If still no joy remove all the other wheel nuts and just pull the bloody wheel off.
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