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Old 06-02-2012, 10:33 AM   #51
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i just spent another half hour under the car with PB blaster..a rubber mallet and a 16OZ carpenters hammer. 10 mins of rotation and soaking. 15 mins or rotating and bumping ith rubber hammer

finaly 4-5 taps and a roatation and another tap with the caprnters hammer and it poped out on its own!!!



half way there...



heating up here in orlando..trying to get out from under this car before i bake..

no garage to work in...

persistance, persuasion and some PB blaster.

thats the key.
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Old 06-02-2012, 11:09 AM   #52
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If i recall you have to drop the front first as there's a lip on the rear flange. Drop the front and then pull it forward to clear the flange lip.
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Old 06-02-2012, 11:12 AM   #53
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Replied from my phone before i saw you got it off. Sometimes you just have to get medieval with **** lol. Glad to hear you got it dropped.

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i just spent another half hour under the car with PB blaster..a rubber mallet and a 16OZ carpenters hammer. 10 mins of rotation and soaking. 15 mins or rotating and bumping ith rubber hammer

finaly 4-5 taps and a roatation and another tap with the caprnters hammer and it poped out on its own!!!



half way there...



heating up here in orlando..trying to get out from under this car before i bake..

no garage to work in...

persistance, persuasion and some PB blaster.

thats the key.
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