I went to the hardware store and picked up a round 3/4 wood stock and metal JB weld.
I cut the wood stock to proper length and inserted it through the drive pin hole, cut out a thick enough piece of cardboard to use as backfill in order to have somewhat of a slot for the locking pin and massaged the JB weld as best as I could to reshape it as a locking tab.
Let it cure for a couple of hours and gently cut the excess JB weld and cardboard using a small metal saw, I then drilled out the wood stock from the pin hole.
Once the wood stock was out I just needed to refinish the material so filed it down using a hand file and reformed the pin slot using the saw. And finally 400 grit sandpaper to polish it off.
Result are pretty nice, just need to see how it holds up!
Edited by chubien, September 09, 2015 - 08:15 PM.