Q: I was changing my tires and I over tightened the slug bolt and it broke off, So now half of the slug bolt is stuck in the thread

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I was changing my tires and I over tightened the slug bolt and it broke off, So now half of the slug bolt is stuck in the thread. How do I get it out of their?

My car has 91300 miles.

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