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Old 03-23-2013, 12:06 AM   #1
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So i was taking apart my .18 and everything was fine until i came to the crankshaft.. I did the proper procedure and it wont come out. I dont wanna damage it. Can somebody please help me and tell me how to remove it?
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So i was taking apart my .18 and everything was fine until i came to the crankshaft.. I did the proper procedure and it wont come out. I dont wanna damage it. Can somebody please help me and tell me how to remove it?
Try warming it up with a hair dryer to be safe.
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I think cooling down is better but most of the time it helps to hammer it out with a plastic hammer or a wooden stick. It can not be that tight.
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I think cooling down is better but most of the time it helps to hammer it out with a plastic hammer or a wooden stick. It can not be that tight.

I should have said warm the block, and you should have said cool the crank

We should settle for both
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thanks guys, i got it out it was just alittle tougher than usual
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