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OK, I spilt the case on the MS650 and the bearings were shot as I suspected. The crank pulled out and both bearings stayed in the case halves. How do I get them out without destroying anything, and do they come out toward the outside if the saw, or inside? Thanks!
 

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Inside. You can usually drive then out with a punch against the inner race through the hole. Lay the case half mating surface on a couple layers of cardboard aka my bench top.... And have at it. Heat is your friend.
 

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Awesome! That is what I figured, but didn't want to damage the halves because I didn't ask. Thanks again!
 

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just be pretty careful of where the seal sits in there.
 

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I guess if I was looking at the flywheel side I could have answered my own question. Got them out. Thanks again!
 

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My shed floor is plywood. I use full size towels that we "retired" from home use. I folded it several times and set a half on it. Then the heat and beat. Went smooth as silk!
 

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i actually invested in one of the small harbor freight presses.done pressed probably 10 saws since thanksgiving.kind of a tight squeeze but a life saver in doing a bigger volume of saws.
 

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I don't know exactly were you at but I could have pressed them out for you.
 

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A press is one of the best tools I ever bought. Mines also hf. My son loves crushing soda cans. He would crush everything I own if I allowed it.
i'd like to try it on some nuts.not mine of course.:D
 

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i have a press and my buddy is making me a few pieces on the lathe do press bearings out and back in i also use heat
 

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Oh bud we bout 4hr apart I am in Marshall next to the Tenn line

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mine is like that and he is also making on to slide on the rod of my press and use a set screw plus a few seal drivers i have bought what DD sells but can never have enough tools
 
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