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Texas! is right, but how to push the washer?
This is what I do. Find three bar clamps, the type used for wood working. Two long ones and a short one. Place the two long ones against the washer and around the back of the starter. Put them 180 degrees apart. Use the short clamp to keep the two long clamps on the washer. Slowly and evenly tighten the two long clamps. You have to move the washer less than 1/8 inch to get the pin off.
Reverse to install the new drive. Works like a champ for me. I use the newer types of clamps with squeeze grips, but the old bar clamps will work.
Hope that makes sense. Wish I had a picture
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