Is there any reason not to use hard chrome to build up a bearing housing after a bearing has spun in the housing? It saves on machining vs. welding as there is no distortion. I have seen it used on shafts where the bearing has a slight interference. This particular case is a housing with an axially free fit, ISO H7.
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