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Whoever told you to use an extractor is no friend.
There is no drill known to man that can drill out an extractor.
The only way to do it without damaging the block is to take it to a machine shop that can do some sort of electrostatic thing that will vaporize the extractor. From what I've heard the cost of that will probably exceed the value of the tractor.
Someone skilled with a TiG welder can build up the end of the bolt, then weld on a washer, then weld on a nut.
If you're desperate, you can go to Lowes and purchase a small diamond hole saw that just fits over the extractor. Use it to drill AROUND the extractor.
Once the extractor is out you will need to heli-coil the hole back to its original size.
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