Tony, did you get the shell of the bottom bearing out?...I mean did you get it all out? Many times people think they have the shell out just because the bearing has fallen out in pieces but there is a hard shell still in there. How do you know? Well, when you put the new bearing in and refit the top arm... if the spindle does not protrude about 1/8th" then the bearing shell is still in there. The best way to take it out is to heat it up well or run a quick bead of weld around it to shrink it and then it will fall out.....Oh! and spindle repair kits are cheap as chips, without robbing the railroad! Sam
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