Thanks Bruce. Once I get it apart, I'll see what we have to work with. I have a guy up the road with a complete machine shop in his basement, so if it needs the repair, I should be OK. Do they drill it out and then sleeve it or is it better to just bite the bullet and replace the axle as a whole?
Re: TO-20 Pivot Pin and Bushing Questions. in reply to Kevin Little, 07-17-2012 06:56:57
Hmm. . . Replace axle with Chinese pourous weak iron or keep high grade iron from back in the day. . . Hmm. Let me think on that. Might cost a penny or two to keep the high grade iron but high grade iron probably won't have catastrophic break in the future, such as a potentially weaker Chinese pourous iron copy would. Hmm. . . Still thinking. What do you think?
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