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Old 11-14-21, 06:40 PM
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For where you are in the process I would use some PB Blaster and longer sawzall blades and go cut down the center on opposite sides. I would use the power tool, I would have your frame secured on a table or bikestand so that you can easily see your angle of cut. I also have fashioned a slide hammer out of threaded rod a couple of nuts with washer various sockets, to help tap out.

I've done a few, I did buzz a hole in my first attempt, all since have been extracted with no damages.
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