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    I just find a socket that matches the bearing OD and bash it out the side that doesn't have the retaining lip with a hammer :/
    This is assuming the flywheel's not attached to the engine of course...

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    Fly on or not, it's kind of hard to bash a bearing through the crank shaft till it pops out. Might be there for a while.

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    Ah, so a 4A spigot's in the crank? Like a Magna? Fair enough
    Carry on

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    newpaper + grease did it for me.

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    pilot bearing puller also works... take like 2mins ..

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    Originally Posted by cicca_294
    my dads mate is getting one, in white, aus delivered.
    his mate has an imported on in white,
    and their mate has a blood red one with a 25k new exhaust system...

    i wish i had enough money for a freaking corolla

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    Use a thread cutting tap, i can't remember what size, but use one with an extra 2 or 3 mm on the inside diameter of the spigot bush, wind it in and it will bottom out on the back of the crank, keep turning and it will eject the bush. I tried the grease trick but tap will surely work.

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