I have a machininst background, but tried to save myself some money (being the holidays and all) and do my own brakes. I've changed plenty of pads in the past, but never rotors. I decided to have my rotors turned (again trying to save money) and it was $40 cheaper if I brought them into the mechanic shop myself. Rather than research how to remove the rotors, I figured that I was mechaically inclined enough to figure it out...1st mistake. I ended up trying to remove the three bolts that hold the wheel hub assembly on and stripped two of the bolts. Once I realized that I was trying to remove bolts that didn't need to be removed, I was able to complete the job. Brakes are in good working condition now, but I still have the two stripped bolts. I was hoping someone could help me make a decision whether or not to just leave them or fix them. I want to fix them because they are bothering me, but maybe someone with more experience would advise not taking the chance of messing something else up by trying to drill them out, etc. I can buy relpacement bolts for $7.00 a piece. Thanks in advance for your thoughts on this.