I do not have fancy tools like lots of people on here so making fancy bushings and the like is not an easy option. My method is to simply put some weld beads in the hole to build it back up and then shape it free hand style with a carbide burr in a electric (or air) die grinder. I prefer my $24 HF electric one over my air die grinders.
6013 cuts very easy with a carbide burr. I am not really a 6013 fan when it comes to stick welding but for parts that I have to build up and then reshape with only hand power tools then I actually like 6013. Even lowly 6013 is much tougher than mild steel and cuts like butter with a carbide burr so easey to reshape free hand style.
Your mig will work excellent for this too and even a little mig unit works fine for building up worn holes. The mig welds will be harder to grind though but still quite workable with a carbide burr.
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