I'm not a machinist, so there might be issues I'm not aware of....
but rather than cutting at the slip side of the tube, I think I'd rather cut the yoke end of the tube... that way you're leaving the slip splines, grease fitting, etc all untouched.
but yeah, I'd say if he's set on cutting at the slip end, then definitely make sure you've got a zerk in there
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