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D60 Rear -Repair of spindle surface for hub seal

Looks like my 60 rear must have set for a while at one time or another. While tearing down, found some oil inside the drums and the spindle surface for the seal is pitted pretty good.

Looking for what options I have (short of replacing the spindle) to repair the surface. Are there any good chemicals I can put on to repair? Another option I've thought about is speedy-sleeves. Used them before for industrial stuff with good luck - not sure how they'd apply to this?
 

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Anybody happen to have the correct part number for the D60 sleeves?
 

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In case search ever is reinstated, the speedy sleeve for the Ford D60 rear is SKF P/N 99248 2.500 spindle dia, .5" surface width , .658 overall width. $24 with company discount at Applied Industrial. Seal is SKF 24917
 
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