Re: gvi rear end bearing in reply to billy39, 10-09-2012 19:10:53
If the cup is chipped up, the inner cone is probably failing as well. Best do it right so you won't have to do it again.
When I ran into that on my UTS I was able to get the cone off the pinion carrier while it was still in the case. I used one of those pullers where the jaws slide back and forth on the bar the screw goes through. It was a pretty big puller though.
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