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This article shows how to remove bearings from a [[Honda PA50 II|PA50]] engine case. This technique may also be applicable to [[Peugeot]] mopeds.
  
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==Necessary Tools==
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*2 or 3 jaw puller (I used a 3 jaw from Harbor Frieght, super cheap)
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*20mm socket
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*vise grips or adjustable wrench
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==Step One==
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[[Image:1014091512.jpg]]
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Attach puller to fixed points on the engine case, being careful so that the jaws are not overlapping the bushing on the opposite side. this is a little difficult to get it in just the right spot if you have an extra large and cumbersome puller such as the one i have above pictured, although it does have the advantage of a longer reach. as you can see it came in handy to attach one of the jaws to the side of the case and not the surrounding area of the bushing.
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[[Image:1014091511a.jpg]]
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==Step Two==
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A 20mm socket fits the diameter of the outside metal area of the PA50 motor mount, which is the area that you want to be applying the pressure to. Line everything up and tighten down.
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[[Image:1014091511.jpg]]
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'''CRANK AWAY'''
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These little things are pressed in there very snugly, so it'll take some pressure to push them out, and occasionally as you're separating the two metals they'll make a loud POP sound, but it's just doing its thing.
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[[Image:1014091532.jpg]]
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Repeat until you have the bad ones out of your cases and the good ones out of your spare cases, and use the same procedure to reset the new ones. Easy as that..
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--[[User:Afhaldeman|Afhaldeman]] 10:47, 23 November 2009 (EST)HB
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[[Category: Honda]]
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[[Category: Repair tutorials]]
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[[Category: Honda Repair Tutorials]]
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[[Category: Engine Rebuild and Top End Repair Tutorials]]

Latest revision as of 16:59, 27 March 2010

This article shows how to remove bearings from a PA50 engine case. This technique may also be applicable to Peugeot mopeds.

Necessary Tools

  • 2 or 3 jaw puller (I used a 3 jaw from Harbor Frieght, super cheap)
  • 20mm socket
  • vise grips or adjustable wrench

Step One

1014091512.jpg

Attach puller to fixed points on the engine case, being careful so that the jaws are not overlapping the bushing on the opposite side. this is a little difficult to get it in just the right spot if you have an extra large and cumbersome puller such as the one i have above pictured, although it does have the advantage of a longer reach. as you can see it came in handy to attach one of the jaws to the side of the case and not the surrounding area of the bushing.

1014091511a.jpg

Step Two

A 20mm socket fits the diameter of the outside metal area of the PA50 motor mount, which is the area that you want to be applying the pressure to. Line everything up and tighten down.

1014091511.jpg

CRANK AWAY

These little things are pressed in there very snugly, so it'll take some pressure to push them out, and occasionally as you're separating the two metals they'll make a loud POP sound, but it's just doing its thing.

1014091532.jpg

Repeat until you have the bad ones out of your cases and the good ones out of your spare cases, and use the same procedure to reset the new ones. Easy as that..

--Afhaldeman 10:47, 23 November 2009 (EST)HB