Somethings just cannot be done on the cheap and get results worthy of being called "fixed" and your into one of them. As the others have said no way to get it even close to right without proper equipment and drill press on the floor or magnetic are not on the list. Portable bore welding and line boring is probably is probably the best way for parts too big to remove. Last we had done was $150 per hour. Yes, lots of money but so are machine shop rates after you have removed the parts. To weld up and bore to standard size or to bore and bush back to standard or to simply bore to oversize and make pins to suit are choices best made at the machine by somebody familiar with heavy repair.
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