Depending on how much you wanna spend to make them round again. I"m sure there"s a weld shop or equipment shop around that does on site line boring. The boom will have to be disassembled hand welded or boreteched then the bores recut. I use to do it on large loaders and strip mining equipment. That was back in the late nineties I don"t have a clue what they charge now. Then it was 75 an hour. It also could be bored oversize and have bushings made to fit. I guess it all depends on how much you want to invest in repairing it verses what it"s worth.
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