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Old 09-29-08, 08:38 AM
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Update: Pickle fork did not work! The stamped chainring design prevents getting both sides of the tool into a position for driving the thing off. Time to either borrow a saws-all or maybe the above idea on a torch would work. I have never had this much trouble with something like this. Also tried the chisel idea with no results. Have been soaking with PB Blaster which usually frees stuff up.

The chainring set is shot at this point and maybe I could cut off the stamped chainrings and then drive it out with the pickle fork? Thanks again.
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