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Old 04-13-2008, 02:02 AM
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a steel drift tends to tear up the inside of the rotor hub. makes replacing the bearing an iffy proposition... that being said, I use a steel drift, I am just carefull not to damage the hub.
Exactly. I think a steel drift transfers more of the impact to where you want it to go and if you use something like a 1-1.5 pound hammer all you have to do is tap instead of hit on the end of the drift. Let the weight of the hammer do the job making it easier to control so that you don't hit the inside of the hub.
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