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- May 14, 2018
There was a set screw at the tail end, removed it. There was a retaining c clip on the front, removed that. It would appear I would just use a drift from the tail end and knock the center and bearings out. I tried this and nothing is moving. I didn't hit it really hard, but did put some muscle into it. What am I missing? There are two holes in the back. Do I need to use those? The ball oiler on the side was damaged and it has some grit in the bearings I would like to clean out.
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