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replacing spindle bushings?

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09-09-2013 17:32:57

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Guys, Ive got a wd45 in need of some spindle bushings on one side and was wondering what kind of job it is to get the spindle arm off? Has anyone used heat on these or is it a get a bigger hammer type deal? Thought maybe some one out there who has done this could give me some tips. Thanks so much, Sincerely, Hoss

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09-09-2013 21:08:45

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 Re: replacing spindle bushings? in reply to Hossman, 09-09-2013 17:32:57  
Install is always better with a guide tool or a press, rather than a BFH.

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09-10-2013 10:18:30

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 Re: replacing spindle bushings? in reply to JMS/.MN, 09-09-2013 21:08:45  
Freeze the new bushings before trying to drive/press them into the spindle carriers. Should shrink them enough to make it much easier. Mike

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09-09-2013 21:02:43

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 Re: replacing spindle bushings? in reply to Hossman, 09-09-2013 17:32:57  
pull axle out of square tube.Turn over& put back in. support with good solid block.drive off steering arm. heat helps.remove old bushings with chisel or punch . put a new bushing on spindle & drive into tube repeat with other bushing,

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