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I decided that the best fix- which is often not the cheapest nor the quickest- was to replace
the stub portion entirely. With a little care- keep that word in mind, it'll be funny later-
the mod would be invisible, and the part would be a much better fit.
The first step- and the first mistake- was to chuck the part up in the 4-jaw
and indicate so the stub would turn concentric. My mistake here was to
try to hold it by the relatively small step at the front of the block.
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