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Your st bet is to replace the entire spindle assembly.
Craftsman part number 130794,the bolt holding the blades is broken off - 3e9889e.jpeg
It's not as cheap as drilling out the old bolt and using an "easyout" tool to remove it, but the outcome is certain.

Better yet do a web search on "137645, 137646 Shaft Kit For 130794 Mandrel, AYP" and you can find the shaft only with bearings.
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