Does anyone have a good way to remove the bearing closest to the input gear teeth? I spent like 30 minutes trying to get it off, eventually just prying it off, and am worried I might have nicked up that gear. I also struggled to get one of the bearings on the side of the diff off, and again struggled to get it back on. Any general tips and tricks about bearing maintenance. I've heard people talk about 'the bread trick', but I'm not sure that applies with these bearings.
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