I just have a query regarding the use of a bergeon bushing machine when used to re bush a centre arbor. Firstly, regarding re bushing a centre arbor, there is absolutely no room for error ! Ie., it is absolutely essential that the original hole is located. I know how it important it is for ANY new bushings to be fitted accurately but I feel that there is less room for error when doing the centre arbors. My query is that if a bergeon bushing machine is used to re bush a centre arbor and only a fraction of a millimetre of brass has to removed by the reamer, is the bushing machine the best tool for the job? Thanks chaps.