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How to remove a pilot bushing from the crankshaft. Use an input shaft from an old manual transmission or a wooden dowel. Wrap masking tape around the end of the wooden dowel to get the proper diameter.

It should fit inside the pilot bushing snugly but without binding. Dec 29, You can get a pilot bushing remover kit from good auto parts stores. It basically is a screw-in zerk fitting that you pump grease into that forces the bushing out. You can also run a tap through the bushing, and screw a long bolt into it until it forces the bushing out. Mar 24, Grease drives the bushing out from its backside.

This works especially well if the bushing has a larger O.D. If the bushing is thin-walled, the task is more difficult. On a caged needle bearing pilot, this may not work (grease slips past the needles and pressure drops), but it's worth a try. Moses. May 30, Location: ca. Local Time: PM. You can also pack the hole with grease and use a bolt close to the id of the bushing and whack the bolt with a hammer.

That will force the bushing out. Agree x 6. Like x 1. May 29, #4. Jan 28, Start off by taping the socket up to fit snugly inside of the Pilot Bushing. Then insert the extension in backwards so it makes the"ratchet side" solid. Put on the Gloves and fill the Pilot Bushing with the Axle Grease. Then take the extension/socket put it in the hole and hit it with a hammer. Verified projects. Client ratings. Avg project value. Showing 1 - 25 of the best experts.

Poplar St, Annandale, VA"priceRange":"1, -,",ext. get quote. Elite Contractors Services Inc. BZ SCORE: Aug 13, If ya need to get it out, heres a surefire way to do it. What you need is bread and a wooden pilot tool. Put some bread into the bushing and tap it in with the wooden tool keep repeating until the bushing pops out. This sounds funny, but guys it does work at a rate of %.

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