Originally Posted by Team Kamikaze
It is unnecessary to remove the bearing from the crankcase to check, you can check the bearing while it is still in the case.
The tool grabs the inner race of the bearing when pulling it out of the case.
Well, i think checking the bearing while inside the crankcase by using the crankshaft cannot tell you 100% of the condition of the bearing.
when i have a doubt about the condition i remove it and check it. However, most times, i replace it.Btw, i do the traditional way of heating
the crankcase, however with these tools you can replace a bearing very fast
at the track.