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Old 12-21-2020, 12:44 PM
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Originally Posted by norson View Post
How about drilling and tapping it for a pipe plug. Pinning it to locking it in place, then drilling and tapping it to stock.
OR, one time I replaced 3/8" bolt with a 7/16". Hell, one time I used a longer bolt and nutted the back side.

Right-o - a big enough pipe plug would tap into a huge hole, and braze up a plug and drill and tap that, and then wind it in with some locker-gloo.

Bam! Done!
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