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Getting the rear seal collar off a lt77


Sam of Sweden
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Hi there,

Trying to get the collar off at the back by using some modifications to gear pullers, but I've either broken or bent the puller's teeth trying to hold onto the small recess in the collar.

Also made two shell halves to go over around the recess(gallery) but this after extension bars and brute force on the puller also bent off and out of the collar.

I remembered, just incase you were all wondering to remove the circlip! But have I forgotten something else, oh yeah the fifth gear selector is off and have a nice view inside the rear casing now.

Please let there be someone with a cheap fix for this. I only want the main shaft for the time being to fit the clutch back on for another couple of engines.

Cheers

Sam

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Actually that was a bearing separator/extractor. I also used the jaws to extract the bearings on the shafts (with a hydraulic press).

It's something similar to this: http://www.mapro.skf.com/ifu/multi/mp5275.pdf except it didn't have hydraulic assistance.

Another version: http://www.pelicanparts.com/techarticles/9...ngs/Image78.jpg

Lots of other pics of the separator bit: http://images.google.com/images?hl=en&...ing%20separator - maybe you should just buy the separator and fabricate the rest of the puller.

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