Posted February 10, 2020 - 06:02 AM
Thank you! I do remember that, as I was following your posts on the rebuild. I was considering using something along those lines to push the bushing out so the shaft could be maneuvered out of the support. If I had failed with the heat, oil and air hammer I was going to attempt that next. I forget which tractor it was that I was working on, but being as the shaft was worn and pitted on the ends where it rode in the bushings, I decided to replace the shaft and hacksawed it in half to get it apart. Then used the press to get the arm and gear off the remains of the original. If I owned a metal lathe I would be more inclined to repair shafts and pulleys than replace them.
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