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Need!!! Knuckle bearings pressed

I am in Loveland and in in URGENT need of my new knuckle bearings installed

need them tonight or tomorrow if anyone knows where I can get them done.

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It may be a long shot, but try to get a hold of Eric McCollum on Budget Built Yotas page on facebook; he lives in Loveland. If he can't, he may be able to point you in the right direction.

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Ok I'll get ahold of him thank you!!

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Wherever you go make sure they have a big press. When I did mine years ago one took about 35 tons before it finally busted loose in pieces. Also it helps to cut the dust shields in half horizontally to get them out of the way for the press work. I put mine back together with a metal strip and small flat head screws to make the work easier next time around. Then I did the SAS thing and the whole point became moot.

BTW I had to cut one of the bearing races off with a Dremel and cut off wheels. It ain't an easy job.

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