Well I just weld the hole up going round and round leaving a hole in the middle, then drill it back out to the size you want. Takes lots of rod but like JN said you can't get a busing to fit tight unless you drill out the hole and make the edges of the drawbar thin. The factory drawbars are high carbon so you need to preheat before welding and keep it hot. Drill the first time through with an end mill with everything clamped good going slow to get a round hole started. Done this several times with good results.
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