There have been more than one type of pin and bolt that secures it. Get the correct Pin for your axle and then get then correct bolt to match. Any welds would have been done afterward and not when new. The Pin should never move in the Axle Carrier, if it does it is being held by the bolt and all the load will be on that which is not good. All the bolt is supposed to do in prevent then Pin from sliding out. So the hole in the carrier needs to be perfectly round to fit the pin and the bolt should screw in easily, some have a nut to secure it others screw into the axle carrier. If the Pin is worn it will really be twisting the Pin and it will put the axle out of true and make steering heavy and bend the Radius Rods if it is really bad. The axle originally had a thin steel Bush and then later they used a thicker steel bush with a collar, this was much heavier, you could use two of these bushes in the axle and that supported it much better. The bush with the collar will not fit the original axle Beam that had the this steel Bush originally, you would need to change the centre axle beam for that...John(UK)...email@example.com
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