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Swing arm bearing trick!!!!!

So today I was working on a 2004 Honda recon. I had to Change out the swing arm bearings and a bunch if other stuff. Anyway if you ever have the inner race get seized on the swing arm bushings I discovered a trick today.
Here is a pic of the bushing with the inner race on it. Now in the pic I already got it off but you get the idea.

Go to a auto parts store and buy one of these. It's like a socket with backwards threads. It's used to take off stripped out nuts on rims.

Next put your Allen head in the vice and put the bushing on it.

Next tap the socket on there and run it off with a impact.

Then you get back and start fixing everything else.....


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