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Either hit it with a soft (dead blow , lead , or brass ) hammer (while holding on to the gear side so it doesn't fly out ) or use an air chisel with a point (put it in the dimple in the center) and also hold on to the gear side . Sometimes they stick a little in the front bearing .
07 F-250 Outlaw , Rough Country 6 inch lift , 37-13.5 R20 Nitto Mud Grapplers , MBRP 5" Exhaust , 08 Mirrors , S&B intake , 5% Tint sides and back , 35% windshield .
Last edited by Bad Night; 04-29-2010 at 03:03 PM.