Originally Posted by Plaka
We gotta pic. of all the tools in action except the pullers. They are just laying on the bench. I don't see how those can fit in there???.
Personally I just pop the pin out of the drive dog. The guts slide out as a stack and you can have your way with it--including servicing the bottom bearing.
puller will not fit inside can .. entire halls module plate has to come out as an assembly. rotor's thin metal risk of distorting goes down using a puller. a bent rotor will quickly destroy new halls sensor.
flat forgot to take pic of puller in action. but most anyone should figure that one out pretty quick.
driving out bottom pin is another option. mine was stuck so hard, punch bounced off. could have set up a press to get out. but it was easier to go in from top.
good point about bottom bearing but it's exposed to engine oil. a very light spray lube for advance weights was enough.