We relaunched yesterday. One task completed was to put in new cutlass bearing in the strut. Getting the old one out was going to be difficult as the shaft had to remain insitu, the only way to remove that was to remove the motor
and the whole drive train (no way).
This nifty device was the solution after a mallot and soft dolly failed to remove the bearing.
I found the plans to it on another forum after googling the problem. It took a couple of hours to make and it worked a treat. My wife pointed out that it would be usefull in reverse to install bearings.