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Old 04-26-12, 03:11 PM
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That's the sort of thing I'd fix just because it would drive me crazy every time I looked at it.

I'd drill it so the brake will sit straight. Then, if the holes seem sloppy, you could pack them with JB Weld front and back with a plastic coffee stirrer or something similar running through them for a pilot hole. When the epoxy sets up, pull the stirrer and re-drill.
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