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Wheel bearing will not move

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Rob

05-28-2003 18:05:38




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Can you guys tell me how to get the inner wheel bearing off an AC-B? Putting new king pin bushings on so thought I'd repack the berings but can't get it off. Thanks




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Steve in N.J.

05-28-2003 20:31:34




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 Re: wheel bearing will not move in reply to Rob, 05-28-2003 18:05:38  
Rob, I would think the best way to remove the bearing without hurting anything would be to use a puller, and some penatrating oil like Sid mentioned. If it's really on there, you can load the bearing with the puller, and apply a little heat to it. I've gotten stuck bearings off spindles that way with just a Bernzamatic torch. A little heat, with the puller loaded,worked great! Good Luck! If you need a bearing or two, we have em' in stock...
Steve/B&B Custom Circuits

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Sid

05-28-2003 18:15:56




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 Re: wheel bearing will not move in reply to Rob, 05-28-2003 18:05:38  
I have had success using penetreting oil. Also have had to use a torch and heat them up to loosen them.



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