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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by big94gmc, May 14, 2005.
How do I get this apart???? I can't figure it out.
I've not done that type but it looks like a simple press out job. Support the bearing carrier and press out the pinion gear. Or am I missing something?
oh yeah...that too!
Just kidding!! try a press.
BFH and press are both correct answers. I usually go with the BFH....it is more fun and readily available too
I have a BFH.... But how? What am I supposed to do to make what happen?? I don't have a bearing puller, so....
hit the pinion where the pinion nut was. Trying to force the pinion out of the pinion housing.
Be sure to put the nut back on the pinion before you hit it or the threads will be toast and the pinion junk.
what is a bfh?
big ****in hammer
Good for answering here, John.... Now how 'bout answering your phone when I ring ya up - you can walk me through this shiat if ya'd answer!!!
PM me your number that way I'll recognize it. For some reason I get a lot of wrong number calls so I tend to ignore stuff I dont recognize.
thats what i thot
PM'ed ya. Store me in your cell.... I'll always call it first to reach ya - if I don't reach ya there, I try your house.
Sometimes putting the pinion nut back on still won't save the threads. I have a chunk of 2" solid brass round stock that I use for that. Works alot better and won't thrash the threads.
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