Author Topic: Where? Echo Specialty Tools and Service/ workshop manual  (Read 1202 times)

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Offline deereguy

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Re: Where? Echo Specialty Tools and Service/ workshop manual
« on: October 02, 2014, 02:36:09 am »
I've used a gear puller on them in the past.  But, this worm was in the blind, no access.  What I did was: Use my Husqvarna case separator and pushed the crank out from the pto side.  Not the preferred method and didn't seem to damage the seal.   That's what prompted the post.  I'm a tool nut.  I like to have the right tool if not too pricey. 

 

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