Putting a stout prybar between the lower bloster plate and the casting so as to put down force on the shaft (maybe two of them on opposite sides) can ad real force to the process above that of hammering alone. The weight of the lower bolster and wheels wopud be in this same direction. Do not try to use these bars to do the entire job as cracking the casting is possible. Heating the gear up with a propane torch or heat gun while trying to stay away from the shaft and threads will expand the gear and make it pop easier than when cold. Heat it till the grease smokes, not red (unless you intend to change the gear and shaft!!) Jim
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