Can you get a bushing or sleeve on it? Even if you split it and epoxied it back on? How about measuring it and seeing if there is a bearing that is undersized that'll fit right or maybe be close enough you can use quick metal or another bearing retainer product on it? I've brazed 'em up on reel mower roller shafts but they usually didn't last all that long but it would get us through until I could take each gang apart and do it right, but then we decided to run a 8 gang verses 9 so I always had a spare in the shop to work on.
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