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Old 04-22-2008, 02:40 AM   #1
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I got my m62 1st gen off the car and apart, now im trying to rebuild everything. How do I get the needle bearings out? and how do I get at the bearings behind the gears? and i am also having trouble getting the shaft seal out. any suggestions?
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This link should lead you in the right direction.
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http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ers/index.html
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that website doesn't work for me because only about 3 of those pages work. none of them say anything about pulling out bearings or seals.
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I guess you didn't bother clicking the link for REPLACING NEEDLE BEARINGS?

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/.../bearings.html

That part works just fine for me. Some of it doesn't (on purpose), but that part DOES work if you click the link provided. My pics on that page should clearly show there are some special tools required.
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thanks for the help. that needle bearing section helped but the rebuilding nosedrives doesn't tell me much. i still need to know how to get the roller bearings out behind the gears and how to get the nosedrive seal out because mine seems to be held in by fm (fu#%ing magic).
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