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PTO bearing replacement question

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HubbardRA
I don't own a press, but have replaced two of these bearings. Use a socket that is just slightly smaller than the hole the bearing presses into. Support the pulley on a vice or something similar, then tap on the socket with a hammer till the bearing is driven out. You may want to put a wooden block on top of the socket to prevent the hammer blows from damaging the socket. It works for me!! In fact, the ones I have worked on have come out easily and were not extremely tight.

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Torino
Thanks for the help. I forgot about using a socket, seems I read that somewhere before. It was not to hard to get out. I tried an old piece of wooden closed rod first and that worked.

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