Hi, I have been meaning to fix the reach pert of the system for the steering adjustment for some time but now find I am forced to address it because the tilt went 'floppy' before jamming at the lowest setting. Preliminary investigation with a mirror reveals that it looks like there is a breakage on part of the mechanism meaning that the stirrup guide can traverse left and right freely. I could get a full upper steering column imported for somewhere between NZ$1,500 and $2,500 depending on age and shipping costs but would prefer to take the thing out and make a piece to replace what looks like a broken alloy casting. Has anyone tried this before? I am a metallurgist by trade so have no problem with access to manufacturing equipment locally but am based in rural south island New Zealand so big city dealerships are out.