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    Default Rockshaft Pin Removal -- 4410

    I've done some damage to the pins in my rockshaft. I took the nut off the inside, but it doesn't seem to want to budge. It appears to be threaded into the rockshaft, but I couldn't get it to budge, even with a reasonably big cheater bar.

    Is it threaded into the rockshaft or is it a press fit?

    Any help on getting them out?
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    Default Re: Rockshaft Pin Removal -- 4410

    Well, here I am answering my own thread...

    The pins are tapered. Theoretically a couple good smacks with a hammer should pop it out. Have the replacement pin in hand now, I'll let ya'll know how it goes tomorrow.
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    Default Re: Rockshaft Pin Removal -- 4410

    Quote Originally Posted by jeffinsgf View Post
    I've done some damage to the pins in my rockshaft. I took the nut off the inside, but it doesn't seem to want to budge. It appears to be threaded into the rockshaft, but I couldn't get it to budge, even with a reasonably big cheater bar.

    Is it threaded into the rockshaft or is it a press fit?

    Any help on getting them out?

    Not really sure what part you are talking about.

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    Default Re: Rockshaft Pin Removal -- 4410

    I believe he is referring to pin #20. They are tapered and once the nuts are removed, a good whack with a 3 lb hammer should pop them out.
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    Default Re: Rockshaft Pin Removal -- 4410

    Quote Originally Posted by jd110 View Post
    I believe he is referring to pin #20. They are tapered and once the nuts are removed, a good whack with a 3 lb hammer should pop them out.
    That it did. Easy peasy.
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    Default Re: Rockshaft Pin Removal -- 4410

    I was thinking off of shaft 14. Picture is worth 1000 words. Glad you got it fixed!!

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