For what it's worth...
Have you given any consideration to having the broken part repaired. Used to
be that aluminum had to be arc welded to repair it. Now there are several
low temperature alloys that are supposed to be decent for repairing
aluminum. Googling for 'aluminum repair torch' gave the following hits.
While I dont want to take a sale away from Joe , I have seen these welded
before. I wouldnt necessarily do it myself but often you can have a cerified
welder out to your house to do it . You will have to take parts off to give
him/her a clear path though.
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