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Old 10-30-2006, 11:17 AM   #1
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How do I remove the middle bearing of a .12 nitro engine? I'm removing it because it feels like one of the bearing is cracked or split, and it doesn't move the crankshaft freely, and there is a grinding noise. The front bearing comes off easily by pushing it from the inside. But the middle bearing is hard to pull out cuz I can't seem to push/pull it from the outside.
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This tool will help big time and makes removing the bearing very easy...

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