Despite very accurate measuring and drilling I've ended-up with slight hole misalignment wile building a wooden structure.
While the holes in question have been drilled a bit oversize, that isn't proving to be sufficient in all cases. Some of the holes are not aligning perfectly on both sides of this large 8 inch wide beam.
Holes shown in dashed lines below:
I am wondering if anyone knows of an easy technique one could use to enlarge these deep holes. I can't remove the beams, they weigh about 300 lbs and it's just too much work. The brackets are about 1/4 inch thick. Which means it would be a ton of work to drill out the holes in the metal. It would also destroy the powdercoating.
I'm hoping for some kind of a special boring tool I might not be familiar with that could be inserted into the hole to then enlarge it once past the metal bracket.