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How do i remove the jacobs chuck

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The spindle is pressed into the bearing in the nose of the gear case. You usually need a hydraulic press to get them out. If the spindle gear, woodruff key and spacer come out easily (it may need a little prying pressure) you may be able to tap the spindle out with a dead blow/rubber hammer or with a piece of wood on the end of the spindle. If you hit the spindle directly with a metal hammer you can mushroom the end and it won't fit in the needle bearing in the service diaphram.

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