I work for a couple professional welders and the standard procedeure is to weld it up with stick, usually 6011. You first vee out the metal so that you can get new metal all of the way to the center of the hole on the worn side. You then insert a carbon rod that matches the original diameter of the hole. Then, you weld up the hole, carefully chipping the flux after each pass. You then pull/drive the carbon rod out and grind the top and bottom flat. Finally, you finish the hole by removing any roughness from the inside with a die grinder.
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