Trick for removing bearing races.

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Trick for removing bearing races.

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My dad taught me that trick 40 years ago. I thought everyone knew about it.
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Why didn't you teach us?!?

Us young pups need guidance,ya know.
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motogrady

Pretty cool really, take it a step further, maybe use a stick welder, weld around it and then
jam the rod till it sticks to the race, giving a way to grasp the f*****.


Coolest thing I remember, as a teen I had burred a Phillips head in a case I had split.
Took it to a machine shop, after telling the guy I needed it drilled and tapped,
he grabbed it out of my hands, took an acetylene torch, heated the screw till it was red,
hit the oxygen lever and the screw was blasted right out like it was nothing.

Then told me to get out of his shop