Last night I was trying to swap out my steering stabilizer in my father's garage with barely any tools other than his cheapy flea market type stuff. Big mistake right from the start. I got the bolt on the drivers side off no problem but when trying to get the passenger side I ran into problems. It was the original bolt so automatically I sprayed it down with PB Blaster. I then tried getting a small wrench on the top of it to twist it out, but of course, small wrench = no leverage. (I also checked using the other bolt I was able to get out to make certain I was going in the right direction. I might be screwed if it's reversed thread but the new bolt provided with the new stabilizer shock was not reverse thread so I thought I was reasonably safe.) So I swapped out for a socket and socket wrench but while tugging on it the top of the bolt snapped off before any threads but low enough now to provide no where to grab. Now I'm mad because my cut off tool was back in my garage with my air compressor so I grabbed the old trusty Milwaukee Sawz-All and cut into the washer on the bottom side twisted it off with a pair of plyers and to tried to pry the stabilizer shock off. I figured maybe if I could grab that side with vice grips I could twist from that side. Well I got the washer off but when trying to pry off even with the assistance of a large screwdriver that couldn't seem to get the right leverage it wouldn't go. I grabbed it and twisted, tugged and finally with enough force I actually busted the shaft on the shock off just at the mount. So now the bolt remains in place today, drove home because it was getting late and I needed to work, and that last bit of shock remains attached. I know this right up makes me sound very hack, but I was being very careful not to make any bigger issues. I have a new bolt in the new stabilizer kit so I just need to get the old one out. Is there a trick of the trade that I'm missing here? I'm at home today so I thought I might take the cut off tool and start by getting the remainder of the shock off not cutting into the bolt. I'm sure someone has gone through this before - any tips?