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Worn Spindle Bushing Hole Fix by GM
#1278842 Mon Sep 03 2018 01:56 AM
Joined: Mar 2002
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Here is a unique solution for a spindle with worn bushing bores, from an old GM document.If the image is enlarged, it is quite readable. I don't know how to provide that capability directly here.

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Last edited by truckernix; Mon Sep 03 2018 02:00 AM.

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Re: Worn Spindle Bushing Hole Fix by GM
truckernix #1278844 Mon Sep 03 2018 02:01 AM
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Unreadable when I try to make larger

Re: Worn Spindle Bushing Hole Fix by GM
truckernix #1278853 Mon Sep 03 2018 03:04 AM
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Same,
interested to see/read.


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