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Rear wheel bearing removal tool kit!!

Does anyone have a used rear wheel bearing removal kit sold on Pelican for sale? I have read everything on this subject and going to tackle myself, so if anyone is done using the tool and wants to pass it on, I don't want to pay $200 for something I am hopefully only going to use once. If not I will buy kit and sell when done for a discount. Jamie
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I just made my own for about $15 worth of parts from Home Depot.

All I did was get a couple of pieces of PVC piping the same diameter as the bearing shoulder, the same diameter as the trailing arm, some angle iron, a long threaded rod and some nuts and big washers. Using these pieces I could pull the bearing out.

It worked very well for me - used it on my Carrera (not on the 930).

I've used the expensive kit before too, and it works great, too.
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its a completely different bearing setup on the rear of a 930, a little more involved. Thanx though!!
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Remove the entire banana arm and take to a good machine shop . The 930 takes some skill and a press . You will thank your self for a few good dollars spent .
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Remove the entire banana arm and take to a good machine shop . The 930 takes some skill and a press . You will thank your self for a few good dollars spent .
plus 1000 !!! Take the whole thing out,, spend the money at Harbor Freight and buy a press.. that and a gear puller and you're home free..
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