When I picked Missy up there were still a few minor problems to be taken care of that Bud hadn't had time to fix. He told me that if I had waited a couple more weeks he would have had them all done, but I couldn't let him have all the fun.
One of the problems I had was that the point had broken off one of the set screws that holds the steering knuckle to the spindle shaft, and was stuck in the hole. A logical course of action seemed to be to drill it and tap the hole so I could run a screw into it and use the screw to pull the broken point out, or possibly drill it from the rear and use a punch to drive it out. Decided to try to drill and tap it first. Got the tap in a few threads and broke it. Luckily there was enough showing that I could get hold of it and back it out. Ran a screw into the threads and used a small prybar to pull on it. The threads stripped off the screw. Decided I neede to take the spindle out and take it to my work bench or to a machine shop, so i rigged a sling so I wouldn't damge the new paint and proceded to raise the front high enough for the spindle to come out. While I was wiping the grease off prior to taking it to the basement I noticed a hole in the shaft opposite the broken point. Stuck a punch in the hole and tapped it a couple times with my hammer, and the broken point pooped out. If I had looked first, all I would have had to do was turn the spindle around and tap the point out, no drilling, tapping, or lifting involved. Called myself a couple of appropriate names, and reassembled everything.