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how to AWK with the fix lenght

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how to get the variable in the string with the fixed size?

callXXXmain="|111                                  |222             |4444    |"

TempXXX=$(echo $callXXXmain | awk -F "|" '{print substr($25,1,70)}')
TempXXX="111 "

the TempXXX i only can get "111 " without any space.... what i need to get is, the variable with the spacing ...
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by:ozo
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callXXXmain="|111                                  |222             |4444    |"
TempXXX=$(echo "$callXXXmain" | awk -F "|" '{print substr($25,1,70)}')
echo "$TempXXX"
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by:ozo
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callXXXmain="|111                                  |222             |4444    |"
TempXXX=$(echo "$callXXXmain" | awk -F "|" '{print substr($2,1,70)}')
echo "$TempXXX"
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by:gagajanice
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hi.. thankx
but i need to make the TempXXX to get the lenght in size 70

TempXXX="111                                                                 "
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by:gagajanice
ID: 35078167
but

calXXXmain="|ABC DDK KLD        |aji |123   |"
TempXXX=$(echo $calXXXmain | awk -F "|" '{print substr($2,1)}')
TempXXX="`printf "%-70s" $TempXXX`"

but after it.. become   error
TempXXX="ABC                              DDK                      KLD                                                  "
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calXXXmain="|ABC DDK KLD        |aji |123   |"
TempXXX=$(echo $calXXXmain | awk -F "|" '{print substr($2,1)}')
TempXXX=`printf "%-70s" "$TempXXX"`
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by:gagajanice
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thank you... it can work very fine!!
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