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I have heard that you put a bolt in the end of the shaft and use a slide hammer to yank the shaft apart, There is a key, either flat or Woodruf to capture. Some use a length of chain around the bolt and a weight to yank it apart. Be prepared to catch it as it can destroy the windings. Definetly a two person operation.

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