Reminds me of...me No, I'm sure of it. I hate him
Hells yes now we are talking
After dousing it with PB Blaster I didn't figure my wife would appreciate me putting it in the oven in the house. Also even after the heat of welding it took some heavy persuasion with the puller to get it out anyways.I assume you didn't want to heat it up in an oven? It would've slid right out, which is what the heat from welding essentially did.
I had our old house oven in the garage, and was going to use it for that type of stuff and powder coating, but it was nice and someone at work needed it. I think ill likely build a more specific oven in the future anyways.Yeah, the welder mostly heated the bearing. The oven would heat the aluminum wheel (this is me assuming the wheel is aluminum). But the wife and you being at home mutes my point. This is why we all need an oven or kiln in our shops.
Yes, that is true. Our comments are venting how shitty pulling bearings can be. I've had sets come out with almost no drama and others that have caused me to re-think if I want to work on bikes ever again.My comment is to help others too.
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