The threaded pulley does not come off on an H like it does on an M. What you need to do is get it loose on the threads so it can go to the end of it's movement in and out. If you would need to get it off, you would first have to remove the pin from rear pulley that is in outer edge of flange by driving it through to the inside and then press that rear pulley off. Far as the center shaft, you don't need that out. However, IH did not offer the brass bushings seperatly on the H either like they do on the M. If they were worn , then you pressed out that center and replaced it with a new one. I have found bushings that do work, but you need a flanged one on the inside end for impeller to run against.
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