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    Default Replacing Bushings

    I have a Case 580 SK and am trying to replace the coupler. This is attached to the dipper with two bushing. I cut them with out with cut off saw but would like to know how to remove them from the dipper. I think they were pressed in. I tried hitting them out but no luck. Any advice is appreciated.

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    Default Re: Replacing Bushings

    welcome

    I'm not sure what the coupler is?

    Were the bushings bronze?

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    if you slotted the busing it should slide right out with a couple taps with a punch and hammer.
    Some times there is a bolt or pin or grease fitting catching on them.

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