Join Date: Jul 2006
Location: Bettendorf, Iowa
Put the whole thing in the freezer overnight. when you take it out have a punch and a big hammer ready.
Before you beat on anything take a propane torch and heat up the carrier but NOT the bearings.
Its easiest to heat the "outside" of the carrier. The carrier will swell a little bit and the bearings will stay cold and a lil bit smaller.
It makes it a little bit easier. Depending on how fast you do everything. Basically get the carrier as hot as possible as fast as possible before the bearings have a chance to heat up and swell up as well.
Illinois District 17 MX
'05 450R MX'er: Custom Axis, Elka, Monster Performance, Houser, GT Thunder, Dynomite ATV
'07 400EX Trail Beater: Tusk, HotCams, Houser, My own Revalved stock 450R shocks