I called again and I was berated by the person on the phone for asking
a question. I guess he found it odd that I am fixing the car
myself. I guess nobody does that any more. And, of course,
*everyone* knows how to fix a 1949 Chrysler. The question was "the
upper bushing is OD 1.005, the ID of the spindle is 1.000. Is this
a normal thing?"
Once he queried whether I was fixing it myself, the response was
"Yeah, well you're supposed to take it to a machine shop and have a
procedure called RRRRRRRREAMING done"....
From the outcome of the telephone call, I guess I've already been
Usually, when I replace worn parts, I don't have to have something
bored out... unless it's the cylinders of an engine.
I dunno, I guess that's just me. Maybe I'm just a moron or too
picky or something. Must be me.