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Before you buy any parts, wash it off and hit the suspect areas with a wire brush. The bends aren't a big deal in my opinion, that happens on machinery that's hauled a lot and chained down improperly or too tight. It might not be cracked at the bottom, at least not all the way across. It looks like that may be a chip of metal coming loose on the top portion of the bottom, where the chain hits when you fasten it down. If that's the case, as long as the chip isn't very large and doesn't have further cracking around it, you could leave it alone. Maybe hit it with a grinder if you wanted to smooth it out some.

Interested in seeing what you come up with!
 
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