Word to the wise here find a housing that is not pushed thru due to a bearing failure . If one bearing is bad then you can bet your donkey there are others just waiting to come unglude . Same thing happened to a friends S/MTA and it did A fine job on the rear end housing . We used a 400 housing and put his GOOD parts in it and replaced all the bearings and seal. Could i have welded it yes BUT in the welding it would have burnt off the paint inside and we could have had a seeper thru the cast housing , would it be as strong as one not welded no . Is it a big job yes, do you want to do it a gain , probably not.
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