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  1. 629RWHPstang

    629RWHPstang New Member

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    outside now trying to take off the gear on the distributor that runs off the cam its a 90 GT i took the pin out but the gear is not sliding down....

    any help would be great guys!!!
     
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    stykthyn Commander of the snuggie cultists

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    try heating it.
     
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    629RWHPstang New Member

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    it there a c clip ring im not seeing of something?
     
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    It is because it is pressed on. If you took the pin/pins out and it is still not coming off then either heat it of use a press.
     
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    yeah did the heat thing and no dice... going to try the press tomorrow
     
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    Like others have said, it is press fit. They sell tools designed for removing it if you don't have access to a press. Google "distributor gear puller".
     
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    Another method is to use a bearing splitter with a screw-on puller (that screws into the bearing splitter).
     
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