Use a stick/arc welder....bend the welding rod slightly so it will weld when inside the bush. Try to get one or two good runs of weld inside the bush and then sit back and wait for it to cool and shrink. It should now tap out. To replace the bush....machine or grind the head of a 3/4" bolt so it will pass through the right hand lug hole, Place it through the bush and through the centre lug, then add a washer and nut and tighten the nut against the centre lug. If this is too awkward then use a longer bolt and go right through to the right hand lug...but you need to cut a piece of tubing as a spacer so as the stress is transfered to the centre lug.....I have seen the lug pulled off trying to pull in a bush without supporting it to the stronger centre lug! Sam
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