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Old 04-22-2015, 08:43 AM   #1
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Tips in removing pilot bearing?

I've tried using a bearing puller, chisel, and the hydrolic grease method and it refuses to budge.. I actually pulled the inner cylinder off but the outer wall of the bearing is still stuck in there

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i have done the chisel, grease and puller (what a waste). found the bread method worked best, not as messy as grease. pack it with bread (sliced bread) get something with the same size dia. as pilot hole, fill, whack, fill, whack until it pops out.
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