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How do u remove this bearing to get this starter gear off to replace it. Thank you

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I've seen a $90 US tool on line that removes this gear. If you don't want to spend the money just for that one job, find out if a friendly mechanic could loan you his. It's easy to use.
It took me 5 minutes on the net using Google to locate that info.
Good luck! Hope this helps.

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