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    Anyone know how to remove a 103e pitman arm? I have got the 7/8" nut off, but the arm wont budge. Is it a taper fit? It has two flanges on the arm which i think are for a hub puller, is this right? Any knack to getting them off?
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    Yup, it'll need a hub puller , give it lots of anti seize as well, Gibb is brillant for that sort of thing.

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    it is taper and splined

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    Also best to use the puller as the bodies are fragile so NO hammering hard on the shaft against teh body ( possible damage to thread as well ) . Usually wth a puller you can wind it up as tight as it goes and it it hasn't started to move you can hit the end of the puller as the arm is loaded against the drop shaft as oppsed to against the body.

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