Question about 1984 Ford F 150
If your geting a new on. Take a grinder with a cutoff disk. Or a dremel tool, Hacksaw whatever you got and cut the bearing on both sides almost to the driveshaft. Then take a hammer and chisel and pop it real good. And call it a dirty ***********. And it fall off. Or you can just stand the driveshaft on a block of wood and tap the bearing around and around straight down. Maybee heat it up with a tourch and hit it some more. but it will go.
Posted on May 06, 2010
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