I've been tidying up my selection of early Ford front axles, and got them mostly straight and tidy, but there are one or two worn perch bolt holes. So, any good ideas on fixing this problem? The way I see it, once the hole starts to get worn, mainly along the axis of the axle, every bump in the road causes the perch to move towards the axle centre, and over time will just wear the holes even more, also beating up the perches. I don't really want to drill the holes oversize (stock is 11/16" I think) to sleeve them as that would weaken the axle in that area. I doubt I could throw some TIG weld far enough into the hole to take out all the slop (obviously reaming to size after welding), but it is an option, I guess.