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Rebuilding the center drive shaft this weekend, What tool i

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to get the center carrier bearing race off the shaft so a new bearing can be pressed on. Can a regular 3 arm puller do the trick? thanks for the info!

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I am messing up with this...the center bearing, once the 2 shaft are disconnected, just slide out with few effort (if not rusted). BE CAREFULL !!! mark the position of the 2 shaft before taking them apart !!!!if not, it will shake as hell !!!!

Pat Allen

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believe it when I see it.

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You have to take the 2 section apart before, by removing the 24mm nut, that is the biggest part of the job, you may need to customize a wrench.

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lock tight and the box end and 2 lb hammer

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As mentioned, you may need to customize a wrench. I had to grind one to about half-thickness so it would fit. Also apply heat to the nut to soften the OE thread-locker. I learned this trick _after_ bending a 4' cheater pipe over the wrench, while two people sttod on it it keep it from moving. A little heat did the trick. Good luck!

David

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