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Old 06-05-2009, 12:18 AM
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I do not know If I would heat the race enough to then smack the race with a hammer. It could change the temper of the carrier that is supporting the race. But hey, what do I know.
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Old 06-05-2009, 12:56 AM
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The cut and split is a method I have used many times to get stubborn inner races off. On Ford 9's thats the ONLY way to get the outer axle bearing off on about 98% of them.
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I do not know If I would heat the race enough to then smack the race with a hammer. It could change the temper of the carrier that is supporting the race. But hey, what do I know.
Robbie says "what do I know". Hehe.

Robbie make a funny.



OK, some quality die grinder time this weekend. THANKS for the diagonal tip. If you are bored and want to laugh at someone, c'mon by.

Gonna hafta look into one of those Yukon clamshell pullers. And I might send a 'note' to the owner of the website that suggested a gear puller was fine. Grrr.
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I'm still trying to figure out what bloody L means...
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I'm still trying to figure out what bloody L means...
Say 'Bloody Hell' in a thick Brit accent, comes out something like 'Blue-dee Ell'. Sorta the Brit equivalent of 'What the hell?' or 'Oh sh!t!'
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Well, thanks all for the suggestion of die grinding a groove diagonally across the race. I did so - as deep as I dared but not all the way through - then ground a chisel such that it acted as a wedge more than a cutter. I had my neighbor hold the ARB such that the spent race rested on the vise jaws, and SMACKED the groove with the chisel at the shallow end. This caused a crack which was easy to propagate across the race, and next thing I know, the race will gently tap off and pry off with a screwdriver. No damage to the ARB.



I talked to Squishy and he mentioned they do that all the time at the shop. I can see where it would be no big deal once you get the hang of it. In fact, nice as the Yukon clamshell puller would be for ~$140, as infrequently as I plan on doing this I have to ask if I really need one.

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I can see where it would be no big deal once you get the hang of it. In fact, nice as the Yukon clamshell puller would be for ~$140, as infrequently as I plan on doing this I have to ask if I really need one.
Maybe as a club-owned tool?
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That would be cool. Where did we land on club-owned tools? Would that be considered undermining members who make their living doing this?
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That would be cool. Where did we land on club-owned tools? Would that be considered undermining members who make their living doing this?
Harbor freight has a huge size selection and for moderate use they will last a long time!
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