Hey y'all, I'm the proud owner of a 1998 Mustang GT. I recently made the mistake of our purchasing a cheapo piggy back pulley set from summit racing. After fighting getting the after market onto the harmonic balancer, I slapped it on the car. Cranked it up and something didn't sound right. I took a look and noticed a slight wobble on the harmonic balancer. I thought maybe the aftermarket bolt hadn't properly seated the pulley so like a moron I cranked down on it. It snapped. After tearing everything back down, I started drilling for an extractor. Get the extractor in, it snaps off. Using a Dremel and a tungsten carbide bit, I was able to grind it out. Redrilled the hole, stick a left handed bit in it. It snaps. So my question is, once I get the remnants of the drill bit out, what's the best way to proceed in getting the bolt out. My father did something similar on a bronco II and wound up drilling the hole so big, he collapsed the bolt and jacked up the threads. As this is my only mode of transportation (lesson learned, if it's a project car, get an everyday driver) so I need some advice ASAP.