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Old 09-02-2019, 08:09 PM
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Originally Posted by anickode View Post
Get a cutoff wheel on a grinder and start taking slices off the end until you expose the end of the shaft. The heat will aid in loosening it, and you will have an exposed shaft end to use a puller against. Doing it that way will also decrease the risk of damaging the shaft and seal vs cutting it lengthwise and trying to split it.

As a rule, I don't like using anything that pushes against the block, particularly with an impact force, such as a pickle fork. You risk damaging the seals, main bearings, and the block itself if you're not careful.
Ah okay that makes more sense thanks for the advice.

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referring to the register
Could you elaborate that for my ignorance?