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Old September 24th, 2009, 03:13 PM
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Bearing removal on a t-case input gear

What do you use to get these bastards off? there is like no lip to use a puller..
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I would try a chisel made out of 1" x 1/4" mild steel. It shouldn't hurt the hardened surfaces. Maybe a bearing separator if you can get one.


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Pretty sure I used a prybar as that is normally how I get bearings off.
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the correct way would be a bearing separator and a press. I'd suppose Daves thought of the mild steel chisel might work. Prybars sound a little rough, but what the hell do I know.....'spose you put them back on with a hammer?
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the correct way would be a bearing separator and a press. I'd suppose Daves thought of the mild steel chisel might work. Prybars sound a little rough, but what the hell do I know.....'spose you put them back on with a hammer?
Hammer and brass drift.


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Hammer and brass drift.


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That is exactly what I did. Came right off. Now I just need a new 26 tooth gear. ANYONE??
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heh heh...the mild steel chisel method is from the Series LR shop manual for removing one of the bearings off the series transfer box output shaft. I only suggested it because I figured there wasn't room for a brass drift.

Randy glad you got the bearings off ok. Are you looking for a cross drilled gear? Ashcrofts?

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Yeah. A cross drilled gear. the one in my spare case is shot

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Yeah. A cross drilled gear. the one in my spare case is shot

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No MAR. for me. Shop is too busy and I've got to stay close to home.
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