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Remove the Center Support Drive Shaft Bearings

My son has a 1977 GMC Sierra 15. The center support drive shaft bearing holder broke. We bought a bearing assembly. How in the world do we get the bearing off the drive shaft??? Please help. Someone....please

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Use a cutting wheel and cut through the bearing as far as you can without damaging the drive shaft.Then get a big hammer and a chisel drive the chisel into the cut and break the bearing.

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