Question about Hitachi CC12Y 12" Portable Cutoff Saw
I need to replace the arbor shaft bearing on my cut off saw. There is a gear on the shaft with a feather key but no set screw and the gear will not come off the shaft. I've smacked it pretty good with a hammer with no movement and I'm concerned if I hit it too much I will deform the other end of the shaft and it won't fit back in it's bearing.
Any suggestions on removing this gear?
The fact that there is no screw suggests its a push fit. Without knowing the machine, I am taking an educated guess, but suggest you will need a hydraulic press.
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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