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Question #1. What is the best way to remove the old bushing from the aluminum housing.
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If you could get in there with a jig saw blade I would try to make a slit in that bushing, top to bottom then you could simply pry it out with a screw driver.Question #1. What is the best way to remove the old bushing from the aluminum housing.
I use the same method except I put a small washer or nut inside, so the tap doesn't chew up the end.I have used a tap to pull them out before,just pick one that is a bit larger than the inside diameter and thread it in...once it bottoms out it should pull the bushing out..use care not to bust the tap off,or damage the bearing housing,as its pretty weak being aluminum.
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Measuring with a ruler .. the spread between the center of the two mounting holes looks like 3-1/2 inch.
The distance from the center of the locator pin to the center of the top mounting hole looks like 1 inch.
The diameter of the machined area that fits into the counter-bore on the back of the generator is 3-7/8.
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Several members have helped me out over the years.Looks like a match. PM on its way!!! Ray, thanks alot, its guys like you that make MTF great.