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Old 12-13-2005, 11:38 AM   #1
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Old 12-13-2005, 03:53 PM   #2
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IŽll put my engine in the oven for 10-15 min in 200 degree, then the bearing almost fall off.

When im put them back ill put the bearings in the freezer 1-2h before iŽll put them in the engine (the engine should be HOT *same time, same degree*)
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Yeah, I do the same thing!
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hmm i don't want to put my b4 in the oven

Why not?
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i need to take off my wheels, can anyone help?
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If their no good and your taking them out, the least of your worries should be damaging them.
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Khan48: Oh, I thought you were talking about removing bearings from your Engine!!! LOL!!!!!!
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That was funny, i was wondering if he was talking about the engine or wheel bearings too. I use a very small pocket sized flat head screw
driver to grab the edge of the bearing spacer and just push the spacer into the bearing to push it out, then flip the wheel around and slide the small shaft on the screw driver through the middle of the bearing and use the big part of the screwdriver to push the bearing out. If there is no spacer you can still use a small screwdriver or scribe (pick tool) to grab the inner race of the bearing and push out. Bearings are very strong, i have been using this method since i started rc bashing/racing and i have all original bearings on all my cars. I even had the original bushings from my rc10t
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