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1533 Bearing Removal

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Anyone know a trick to get a 1533 bearing out without too much damage?

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Need to use the proper puller. Lots of auto parts stores have them to loan out.

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This is what I use. A piece of flat steel, 1/8"x3/4"x1-1/8" and a 10" long punch (brass bolt). Cut the flat steel just long enough to slip thru the inner race of the bearing, place it as pictured and tap it out from the outside. Move the flat from side to side on the bearing as you drive it out. 

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A cross between Richards and Denny's ideas. Axle brg puller. you rock the pivoting end into the inner race to grab it and pull with a slide hammer.

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THANKS FOR ALL THE FEEDBACK,USED DENNYS IDEA WITH A PIECE OF SMALL FLAT STEEL UNDER THE LIP HIT IT TWICE WITH LONG BOLT AND HAMMER AND IT FLEW OUT.

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