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    Good stuff! Let us know how it runs when you...

    Good stuff! Let us know how it runs when you reassemble it, and whether you see any change in running temps.

    And that looks like a great way of pulling that cap off - well done!
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    If he does it that way he's beating the crap out...

    If he does it that way he's beating the crap out of the bearings. Not that we know they're good, but I think it's best practice to work in a way that doesn't further damage them.
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    If you have no other options, I'd try something...

    If you have no other options, I'd try something like a bearing separator between the large section of the cap and the housing (the drawings seem to show a decent gap there), and using a large gear...
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    If you're talking about removing the large gear...

    If you're talking about removing the large gear mount/conical cap that's labeled "14" in pic #5, there's some confusing differences in mate detail from that pic to #3. In some ways it looks like a...
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