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post #641 of 20180 Old May 17th, 2016, 10:57 AM
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post #642 of 20180 Old May 17th, 2016, 11:05 AM
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Im halfway tempted to ask the asshole giving out violations if he'd like a swing at getting this stuck pilot bearing out.
Look up the bread trick. It makes removing pilot bearings a breeze
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Look up the bread trick. It makes removing pilot bearings a breeze
Wet rags worked better for me.


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post #644 of 20180 Old May 17th, 2016, 11:38 AM
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Preaching to the choir bud. The city would just tell you to look at their city ordinances before purchasing or renting a home within their city limits. Rightfully so, too. Sure, it's silly for it to be a problem for a car to be on jackstands for a little while. However the law is also there to stop people from throwing cars on jackstands for years and making their house look like a dump in turn effecting other people's home values.
Around here I believe the law is you can't have a car inoperable or for more than 24 hours within sight on your property. That includes things like car covers, etc... Inoperable includes not having it roadworthy, tagged, insured, etc... Oh something crapped out on your car and you can't fix it within 24hrs? Legally we can ticket you and tow/impound it off your own property within the following 24hrs.

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Look up the bread trick. It makes removing pilot bearings a breeze
I used soap. It worked great, not a big mess like grease, and I could still use it to clean my hands after.
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post #645 of 20180 Old May 17th, 2016, 12:16 PM
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Look up the bread trick. It makes removing pilot bearings a breeze
Was just going to suggest this, I'm sure other soft things would work. It's get pushed and squeezes behind and pushes it out.

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post #647 of 20180 Old May 17th, 2016, 03:41 PM
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Wet rags worked better for me.
I tried wet paper towels and then I tried grease, and both just made a damn mess. And I wasn't looking to waste bread when I doubt it'd work any better than either of the other 2.
But that was when the pilot bearing was in one piece anyways. It's down to the outer bushing only at this point. I'm cutting the bitch out tonight.

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post #648 of 20180 Old May 17th, 2016, 03:43 PM
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I tried wet paper towels and then I tried grease, and both just made a damn mess. And I wasn't looking to waste bread when I doubt it'd work any better than either of the other 2.
But that was when the pilot bearing was in one piece anyways. It's down to the outer bushing only at this point. I'm cutting the bitch out tonight.
Wet Scott's blue towels worked better than paper towels.


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I used an old moldy hot dog bun so I wasn't really wasting anything lol

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It's worth nothing that the bitch is so stuck that I highly doubt any of the "shove x in and push" methods would work. I was wailing at the thing with a slide hammer and it didnt budge.

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I used an old moldy hot dog bun so I wasn't really wasting anything lol
That's a good point, I'm sure we have something that is past its date. But like I said at this point I'm fairly certain those methods wouldn't work.

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Damn. Did you try to torch it or use pb?

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Damn. Did you try to torch it or use pb?
Pb blasted the shit out of it. Tried Freeze off too. my torch is empty so I haven't tried that

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The bread trick works. Had my doubts till I did it. Plus its not too messy once its been compressed to whatever ridiculousness of PSI.
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Yeah but it's high in carbs and goes straight to my thighs
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Well I will definitely go the bread/grease/whatever route in the future, because all the pilot bearing puller did was tear the shit out of the bearing.

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I tried wet paper towels and then I tried grease, and both just made a damn mess. And I wasn't looking to waste bread when I doubt it'd work any better than either of the other 2.
But that was when the pilot bearing was in one piece anyways. It's down to the outer bushing only at this point. I'm cutting the bitch out tonight.
Try soap. Thicker than both of them and easier cleanup.

Also there's always the Fuckitol(tm) approach I like: die grinder with a carbide burr. Just cut straight in one direction, as soon as it hits the end of it you release all the compression force on it and it comes out easy as can be. I had to do that for one.
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Try soap. Thicker than both of them and easier cleanup.

Also there's always the Fuckitol(tm) approach I like: die grinder with a carbide burr. Just cut straight in one direction, as soon as it hits the end of it you release all the compression force on it and it comes out easy as can be. I had to do that for one.
I've already decided I'm going with the Fuckitol™ method. I'm just not entirely sure if I have any carbide bits.

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