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Old May 6th, 2008, 22:59
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Re: To install new bearings in a 9 inch, one needs a press.....

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Dude you have got to get yer arse over to Harbor Frieght and pick up an Air Over Hydraulic Cylinder. You arms are gonna fall off.
If I had a HF with in 150 miles, I'd probably bought the press there...

but yea, that would be a nice upgrade.....
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Old May 6th, 2008, 23:01
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Road Trip!!
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Road Trip!!
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the price of fuel + my desire to spend money on other things = arm pump
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Re: To install new bearings in a 9 inch, one needs a press.....

Harbor Freight has a web site. Shipping is billed by cost, probably less than $15 for the air powered hydraulic cylinder.

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jeonlyep where ya located
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Harbor Freight has a web site. Shipping is billed by cost, probably less than $15 for the air powered hydraulic cylinder.

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I just spent some time on the HF site. Didn't see anything that would work for me....


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jeonlyep where ya located
Location: N 37 48.485 W 100 20.903

That's Cimarron, KS

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