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removing front output bearing (transfer box)


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Take a look in the tech archive. Lots of useful stuff in there............


I did it, for the first time, guided by this write up. Quite straightforward. Instead

of driving the shaft out as shown, I refitted the flange, threading on the nut about

halfway, and put two spacers of suitable thickness(one each side)between the flange

and the t/box nose. Tightening the nut pulled the shaft and bearing. This needs to be done two or three times as the amount pulled each time is small. When the bearing was

flush with the end of the housing a quick tap with hammer and bar popped it right out.

Not a job to be afraid of!

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