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I can't remember if I actually did this or just thought it, but I came up with the concept of grinding part of the head off an M6 bolt, kind of make it into a half moon, so it would clear and enter in the hole in center of bearing, then push it to the side so the head that's left would catch the bearing, jam it to â€ hat side with something else stuck down in the hole, then latch big vise grips onto the shank of bolt and pry bearing out.
It's not a very hard press fit, more like a tight sliding fit as I recall.
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