Join Date: Apr 2011
Location: Central Joisey (Not far from Philly)
Easy answer is to use an easy out.
If you don't have one go to your friendly neighborhood parts store and buy one for a few bucks. You'll have to drill a small pilot hole to fit the easy out. Put the easy out into a tap handle or adjustable wrench and while pushing down into the pilot hole turn the wrench counterclockwise and the broken stub should come right. I can't imagine there's a lot of torque holding it in.
Still shopping for my new XR
Current bike: 2001 Suzuki 1500 Intruder
1980 Honda CB750C
1980 Yamaha XS850
1980 Yamaha XS1100
Looks like I was stuck in 1980