Question about Garden
Its been my experiance from working as a cabinetmaker/finish carpenter that chucks have been installed the same way. They are pressed in, What you need to do is either secure the chuck, or body to something solid. If the chuck, drive a lag bolt into something like a T-pole, [ thats what I use], or secure the body to a sturdy bench. Either way your gonna take a hammer , and, a block of wood, smack the opposing end. It will come apart, but dont break anything. You will need to do some configering with your tools, but be aware and watch whats going on.
Posted on Mar 19, 2011
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