If you make a bushing, step it out on the top, so it will about cover the width of the drawbar, make the top thick enough to bring it up as high or higher than the unworn surface of the bar, then just weld around it. When I did mine, I turned the body of the bushing to fit the long way of the worn hole, then ground the sides of it until I could pound it into the hole. I was afraid that if I tried to bore the hole in the drawbar out, there would not be enough metal left on the sides.
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