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06-22-04, 05:08 AM   #1  
Ball Bearings

What is the best way to remove ball bearings that aren't accessible from either side (one side only). I have a Kubota T1400H that needs to have a reamer run in the cylinder, in order to re-establish the cross hatch pattern. I felt like I need to remove the bearings to prevent getting fine metal in them. I am going to put new rings in it. Any ideas?

 
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06-23-04, 01:23 AM   #2  
Hello Jack B.!

A slide hammer with a "L" hook on the end. That's about the only way I can think of at the moment.


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06-23-04, 03:15 AM   #3  
Personally, Ive never been concerned with removing the bearings for either a re-bore or just a hone job. When the job at hand it complete, simply flush out the bearings with spray carb cleaner and air pressure then re-oil before reassembly.

 
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06-23-04, 05:20 AM   #4  
You can also just slather a bunch of grease on the bearing. Any dust of fine filings will get caught in the grease that will be wiped away when you're done.

 
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