Join Date: Mar 2003
Location: Fairbanks, Alaska
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I have never pulled the rear but all my drawings show it should come right off. I did pull the front once and it took a little persuasion with a hammer to get off. I did not care about the bearings as the reason I was pulling it was to replace them.
I would put the puller on it and tighten it up good then take some wedges of wood and force the yoke away from the case. Then hit the end of the puller bolt with a hammer. The wedges will help keep the hammer blow off the bearings and the puller will be easier hit then the yoke. Drive the wedges tighter after each hit with the hammer on the puller.
I will start using Metric only when the duodecimal system is adopted!!
Last edited by bandhmo2; 07-10-2009 at 02:05 AM.