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Discussion in 'XJ Technical Chat' started by FtUp, Dec 21, 2013.

  1. FtUp

    FtUp Well-Known Member

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    Neat tool design - It will save 3 minutes over using a punch or drift.

    Get a 8" cold chisel and a Chevy fuel pump pushrod instead.
     
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    k-moe Pie, Bacon, Burbon. Moderator Premium Member

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    My feeling is, ... it might not work on our bikes.

    There is VERY little of the Inside Diameter of the Race(s) exposed at the seat.

    I have struggled extracting a Lower Race on many XJ-Bikes.
    I use a 9-Inch Line-up Tool which I sharpen to a keen edge quite often.
     
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    k-moe Pie, Bacon, Burbon. Moderator Premium Member

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    Ugh with the ware hocking. Why on earth would I buy a book from a website that pinches their "content" from other websites?
    Yes I know that I linked from there, but it's one thing to be a meta-site, and quite another to turn that into a book and then hock that book on other websites without paying the owner of said websites for the privilege. Do the creators of the original content get a percentage?
     
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    oh, kind of like the infamous XJCD ?
     
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    if you are removing/replacing the wheel bearings if you give the center race of the bearing a rap with a hammer and wood block or extra socket that is the correct size it will loosen up the pinch on the center spacer giving you access to use a drift.
     
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    Is there not 2 spots in the frame neck that it slightly larger to get a punch in place? Have seen that on many bikes
     
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    This is the cats meow for pulling bearings. Kawasaki tool part #
    57001-1265
     

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    Toomanybikes Well-Known Member

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    And this for installing
     

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