B25 oil pump worm gear removal

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B25 oil pump worm gear removal

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I have a B25 engine stripped down , however I have the crankshaft still in the timing side half as I am not sure on the method to remove the oil pump worm drive gear, not wishing to damage anything I thought I would ask
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You need a 2 leg puller but you will need to grind the feet so they are thin enough to get behind the worm gear but long enough to get in past the teeth. I bought the cheapest available and ground away, the puller now sits in the toobox and is only used for this and a couple of other similar tasks.
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I do not see any way to get a small puller onto the gear, it sits square onto a large thick washer with a bevelled edge, and there is no room between this and the crankcase bearing housing to get puller legs into
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You wont get the puller legs behind the worm gear, the legs need to be thin enough to go between the worm teeth. Then put a jubilee clip across the legs to stop them pulling apart.
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Remove the oil pump drive gear also, this will give more room.
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Re: B25 oil pump worm gear removal

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thanks all done, I just belted the crank through the bearing with a big lump hammer, :-) Only joking I made an alloy drift with a small diameter end to go into the oil hole, Then some gentle heat just to break any corrosion and then knocked it through, no damage done to end of crank.
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