Didn't think I'd need one....tried the ole' fill it with grease and beat a bolt through method (archaic hydraulic theory), well, it would've worked had the bearing not just been completely FUBAR'd. I ended up just getting grease pushing through the balls in the bearing, and popping off the little plastic piece which makes it a contained unit. Sucks for me.....now on to the need...
I went up to Autozone and borrowed a pilot bearing puller....it's OD is too large and it will not insert through the ID of the Toy pilot bearing. Thought about modifying it to work (ie: Grinding it down to correct profile), but I thought I'd ask here first if there's any easier solution. Anyone know of another way to pull a pilot bearing??? I also borrowed a slide hammer from Autozone....I suppose I could shop around a little more for a smaller profile puller, any advice???
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