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I need to press out the kingpin on a 580 Case backhoe two wheel drive.Is heat my answer or are do you have something else ,do I need a tool.

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Yes you can remove the kingpin using heat there is a press that you can get to remove it but take the tire off support the end of the axle on some good hardwood blocks about 12" off the ground, remove all keepers and cotterpins if used and heat the spindle part of the axle, using a sledge hammer and a round piece of hardened steel just under the diameter of the kingpin drive the kingpin out the bottom of the axle after applying heat to loosen the fit, repeat the heat if the pin starts to be stubborn. Hope This Helps Don

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