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Question 660 Clutch bearing housing removal "4 legged cage"

I'm trying to do the shim mod on my grizzly 660. I have done this on 3 King Quads and 3 Rhinos. But I'm having a bit of trouble removing the bearing housing that has the 4 legs and bolts. I have had to wack them before with a hammer to get them to come loose. After the bolts were removed of course. I have removed all 4 bolts. But the 4 legged bearing housing will not jar loose. I have hit it with a hammer from all 4 angles. But nothing... Scared I'm gona break something. What's the deal? Something I am missing? Hit it harder?

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nope,if you removed the bolts it should come off. the last time i took mine off it came off hard too. just keep trying

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Guess I will whop it afew more times with a hammer
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If you can use a rubber mallet you'll minimize the chances of busting it. Plus, remember that it's holding the shaft in there, so you don't want to bang it around too much. I made a bent bar to hammer on. Looked like this:


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