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I CAN'T GET A BEARING OF MY SAW

I HAVE A 6 1/2 INCH SKILL SAW AND MY BEARING WENT BAD. HOW DO I GET THIS THING OFF?

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Which bearing we talking about. The spindle bearing has a retainer that screws into the hub the other bearings just need pulled off with a bearing puller. Let me know

Posted on Feb 25, 2009

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