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Old 07-08-2009, 08:02 PM   #1
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Pilot Bearing Removal - How-To Video

Using common garage tools, and wet paper!

Yes that's right, I said wet paper



watch in HQ mode, and the letters are a little easier to read

[YOUTUBE]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1xuR7T8G1Ys[/YOUTUBE]




Hope it shead's some light on anyone who's ever wandered about the process



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NICE dude, that was awesome. ive heard of how you do it before but, never actually seen it done before. you have any tricks for a pilot bushing?? ha
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Wet paper is the shiz!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

i tried grease but it didn't work so i used paper, the other day actuallly..
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That's awesome!
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When I did it on my 82 I used wheel bearing grease and the black plastic pilot tool. Just shove the wheel bearing grease in there and tap the back of the pilot tool with your hand. Same thing, if you dont want to peice together that socket setup.
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When I did it on my 82 I used wheel bearing grease and the black plastic pilot tool. Just shove the wheel bearing grease in there and tap the back of the pilot tool with your hand. Same thing, if you dont want to peice together that socket setup.
I thought about that, but I didn't want to risk breaking this alignment tool, lol




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ah crap, FOUND IT!!! LOL!!!
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That is pretty sweet. Good work.
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Sticky worthy and copied to tech section.

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Righteous! Never thought of wet paper...always went with a pulley, or grease, or a combo of both. Thanks for taking the time to make a video, I'm sure alot of vets & newbs will appreciate it!
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holy crap, I made sticky!


Thanks Wabbit!


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holy crap, I made sticky!


Thanks Wabbit!


Dont get the



I thought it had a good beat and you could dance to it.

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Congrats on the sticky!!!!!!!!
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Using common garage tools, and wet paper!

Yes that's right, I said wet paper





Hope it shead's some light on anyone who's ever wandered about the process


Worked like a charm, used my 1/4" extention and some paper from my shreder!



Thanks Bleeder!

Thanks Yotatech!

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Worked great TWICE. I was driving in the new bearing and when I hit the bearing with a block of soft pine, it smashed the dust cover... $10 mistake
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