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  1. #16
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    Hi Eric, using a sliding hammer with a hook on the end is about the only way I know of, to get something like that out.
    Hope this helps,
    Kryn
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    Turn up a nice fitting punch that will fit into the ID of the bearing. Fill the bearing hole with grease, put punch on top and hit it. The grease will pop the bearing out, or at least move it.
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    You can also do RC's trick with bread if you don't have any grease spare...

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    I've used small strips of rag myself and have even heard of people using toilet or tissue paper soaked in oil or grease. If the bearing doesn't have a shield or seal on the blind side, grease by itself may just get forced through the bearing if the bearing is tight. By using something like bread or paper or anything else that will block/clog up the bearing, the hydraulic force applied by the tight fitting pin/punch that RC suggeste will push the whole lot out.
    I've done that numerous times in motorcycle gearboxes using the rag strip method.
    Cheers, Joe
    again completely retired - more time to contemplate projects and spend more shed time....

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    Looks like a quality job.You know you will have to say what it cost! so the community of scrapers appreciate what we have paid for our Biax's.
    Cheers Bruce

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    The casing that the bearing is in is plastic so I am not keen to pressurize it. So I think the grease is out. The hook idea is basically what I am going to try with a dynabolt or similar device that will expand on the inner bore.

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