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I am trying to put a tune up kit in but cannot get the inside out to get to the rear rotor bearing and rear end plate gasket that I want to replace.Is there a tip or trick to finish getting it apart?

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After removing the hammer case and hammer assembly, thread the screws on to the housing, tighten down the screws, next spray some penetrating lube in to the motor, make sure that the cylinder is pushing against the rear endplate, grasp the end of the rotor you can use a locking plier or a vise, MAKE SURE TO TAP ON THE SCREWS AND NOT THE HOUSING, as the motor slides out make sure that the cylinder is pushing against the rear endplate until the motor is completely out, in an extreme case it may be necessary to heat the motor housing.
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