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Crossover knuckle - Need repair.

My tie rod end must not have seated correctly a couple years ago, appears to have egged out the tapered hole for the tie rod, I've ordered the trail gear tapered reamer already and I hope its the right one.

These cross over knuckles are forged correct? I can weld my damaged area, drill, and ream with no major worries; or do I need to go through the extra work of cutting a bushing on the lathe? (which material would be best?)

Any help is appreciated, thanks guys.


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