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I used a flat screwdriver. I believe I used it with a hammer to break it loose and then just walked it off. You can lock it around the impeller shaft and spin it.
 

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I believe mine was standard threads. I used a big screwdriver at an angle with a hammer to break it loose then just wedged the screwdriver between the impeller shaft and 1 slot and walked it around to remove it and replace it.
 

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I would think that a flat stock piece of steel to span across, and a set of vise grips might also do the trick. With an older pair, you might be inclined to use a little friendly persuasion.
 

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Worked with a large screw driver. Thanks for your help!

Now I just have to figure out how to take the rest of it apart.
 

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I did See that. My gear box is the square kind. Not the Helicon gear type. Machine model number 924073. I have the rake shaft out, the pin washer we discussed and the side case.
 

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There is this video. Unfortunately it skips over most of the steps involving the gearbox.

 
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