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The shop wanted $50 a wheel to change out the bearings. The internet wanted $60 for the tool to do it. I knew there had to be a better way. The of...
Materials 1/2" Button head machine screw, at least 1 1/2" long, available at any hardware store Flat head screwdriver with a somewhat large head and a...
Mount the bolt in the drill chuck. While the drill is spinning, use the belt sander or file to shape the head until it just fits through the inside o...
Now cut the bolt lengthwise, through the head and down most of the shaft, leaving about 1/4" uncut. I used a horizontal bandsaw, but a hacksaw and som...
This probably wasnt necessary, but I made a handle with a bolt, a lot of washers, and a nut. The tool threads into the other side of the nut.
To use the tool, insert the bolt head side of the tool into the bearing until you feel it reach the indentation on the other side of the bearing. Nex...
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