The bushing did not fit, surface A was 1/32 higher than surface B. I attempted
to lower it by using a moto-tool. All I did was cut one half down 1/64, the other
is all gouged up. The hole still is perfectly round.
My solution was to buy a new plate, but I would still have the same overly high
bushing. So, I just sent for a 1-3/8 Forstner bit, and I will ‘attempt’ to bore the
good edge down and into the gouged edge.
The only drawback I can foresee, if I am successful, is that the bushing will be
recessed below the bottom of the disc by about 1/16”.
That means my 7 bushings all have a 1/8” collar!
Please don’t comment about the 2 mystery holes.