I used a roll pin just a little longer than the "hub". Each end of the roll pin sticks out about 1/8 inch. (Grind the roll pin to proper length before installing.) Then flare each end of the roll pin with a good (large enough) center punch. (Back up the other end of the roll pin when flaring each end.) Then install a smaller roll pin that fits (snugly) inside the first roll pin. (Refered to as "nested" roll pins.) Flare each end of that (smaller) roll pin also. If you have concerns, clean everything well before assembly and "lubricate" everything with "Blue Loctite".
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