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I need to knw wat is required to remove the 2 needle roller bearings in the shock linkage. They can not be pressed through and are siezed in there so badly i cannot knock them out. I spose theres a special puller but apart from that any ideas???

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They do press out. No special puller, try to get something close to the outside diameter, that's round and sturd to drive it out, like a bearing, bushing driver tool. Good luck!

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