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How do i take apart a crank case to replace the bearings in my husky 357 xp

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  • josh1111 May 11, 2010

    do you have it dissassembled from the rest of the saw?

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There is a special tool that pushes the crank shaft out of the bearings as it holds the bearings in the crank case.it looks like a big "c" clamp.they are about $150.00 or more to buy.mine cost me $125.00 ten years ago.

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