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I hear you, if this works I'm going to have 4 spares for the 1050's!

For those with access to a MIG it's probably still the more preferred way to fix it but takes more time, JB weld is easy to file and cut.

Total time spent on this repair is less than an hour if you exclude the curing time (which is said to be one hour), so you could repair the drive collar without having to remove it.
I have a good old MIG but, I'd be afraid to try that. Good Luck, Rick
 
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