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Get yourself a carbide drill bit, make that 2. One small starter bit, then the other about 2/3 the size of the broken bolt.
Drill as far as the broken stud goes with the small bit, chase that with the larger bit.
Get a larger easyout and try and back out that broken stud. Perhaps with the thin wall thickness (as you drilled a lot of the material out), you may just get it to either come out, or break up and come out in pieces.
Be carefull with the carbide, it will cut through anything.
You can find just cylinder jugs on ebay every so often if if goes bad.
Call if you need help.
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