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Old 02-11-2013, 03:33 PM   #1
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Counterbalancer bearing removal

I have a 2005 R12gs with 45k miles. It has a weeping counterbalancer seal that hasn't stopped with a new seal and a new balancer. I did not remove the bearing in the back of the engine, which I plan on doing this month. Question is, has anyone determined how to pull that bearing out without taking the whole engine apart? Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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Old 02-12-2013, 03:47 AM   #2
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Looking at RepRom, you just need a puller to pull it out after you have taken the gearbox off and removed the seal, after heating the engine block, and removing the shaft. The shaft should pull out after releasing it at the front.
Puller part number 008573 seen here

Remove bearing (1) with internal puller (No. 00 8 573) and reaction support (No. 00 8 572) .

There is also a drift for driving the new bearing in .

Drive in new bearing (1) with handle (No. 00 5 500) and drift (No. 31 4 650)

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