Hi Folks, I was attempting to replace my driver's side hub/bearing and managed to strip out one of the triple-square screws holding the hub on. Those screws are round-headed and countersunk so neither grabbing it with vice-grips nor grinding the head off is going to get me fixed. I am either going to have to drill through the head and then punch the screw shaft out or weld a nut to the head to facilitate removal. Either will be much easier done if I pull the steering knuckle off of the car. Pulling the steering knuckle looks fairly straightforward - unbolt lower control arm, that other arm/rod, and unbolt from strut. My question is - does the steering knuckle bolt back to the strut just by bottoming the strut out in the knuckle and letting the tie rod control its rotational position on the strut? Or is more complex than that? Will I need an alignment after this and if so, will it be safe to drive the car a few miles to an alignment shop? Also, if anyone happens to know, are there any always-replace fasteners involved in steering knuckle replacement? Thanks!