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    I know this is an old post, but I need help with this. I'm having a hard time knowing what exactly I'm supposed to grind off. I've grind what I I thought was the tabs and I still can't get the two pieces to separate.

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    you have to grind the center area flush to the knuckle, then beat the hell out of it to get it off.Grind1.jpg
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    ^^What he said, even then it's sometime a real PITA to get them to separate, especially if the shaft has a lot of corrosion or rust.
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    Thanks! That helps a ton. I got that part ground down but I'm still having a hard time separating the two pieces. Is there a best place to strike the shaft to get them to separate?

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    I've done it a few times and had to use a vice and a air hammer on the face above each crimp.
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