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Old 05-18-2009, 09:28 PM
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how do you remove the output shaft bushing??

i am stuck and want to keep moveing forward

any help will be better than were i am now!
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got it

cut it with a chisel
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In the future, you can get under the edge of the bushing w/an awl, then lift an edge enough to grip it w/a needle nose.

If it's a split-type bushing, do this at the split.

Then, twist the end towards the center and the bushing will roll up enough to easily be removed.

Be careful no matter how you do it that you don't damage the surface where it seats.
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