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I'm not quite getting it, but did a shop actually tell you it was frozen?

If you can get one side out you can pound out the other side by inserting a bar (thinner OD than the inner splines) and hammer away. If it is in fact "frozen" it's prob because it's rusted in there which would be advisable to get them out anyway and relube everything. Last thing you want is for them to break while in there. As for getting out a stuck one, you just need to grab on to it and keep working it, leverage with jaws , anything, pound in a bit to break lose , etc.

Removing and replacing the spring plates will really mess up your alignment. Adjustment is with the eccentric bolts 25 & 26 above. It's really hard to mark them and try to get them back where they were.
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