How to remove carrier bearings

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TP Racing

Supporting Sponsor
Apr 10, 2012
#1
[video=youtube;FH48j8TO8rc]http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=FH48j8TO8rc[/video]
 

ridingred

Active Member
Apr 12, 2012
#3
The vid is very informative, but let's face it....sometimes even with hea it's just not that easy :) Just depends. I was able to get mine out but it took more than heat and a simple tap. The double row side are the hardest to get out.
 

TP Racing

Supporting Sponsor
Apr 10, 2012
#4
The vid is very informative, but let's face it....sometimes even with hea it's just not that easy :) Just depends. I was able to get mine out but it took more than heat and a simple tap. The double row side are the hardest to get out.
Haha thanks guys! This was my first ever and I was really surprised that they literally like fell out after heating it up. I may learn that heat doesn't do the trick in the future. I do have a bigger press I can you as you could see in the vid