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I use an arbor press set up for removing these small pins. It looks very much like a press used for removing drive links on chainsaw chain, but you need a jig to hold driver piston at proper point. Some drivers pins are tapered so try pressing in both directions. I have not been able to remove these pins using a vice and punch. You have a big chance of breaking piston. On occasion, I will break the piston anyway and end up purchasing driver/piston. Parts are at www.toolpartsdirect.com. Good luck

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