YThe bushing should have a .001 to .0008" interference fit into the housing. If machined to that diameter on the OD, it will not "shrink" very much on the inside when pressed in. THe inside might need to be reamed to the worn shaft diameter for perfection. (the shaft might need to be ground to allow the smallest diameter to be the only diameter and fit to the bushing). Some "kits" are intentionally designed for Pro fitting of components. Best of luck, it is doable.
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