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I would guess to use a bearing puller on the metal part. There should be a set screw holding it on the shaft that once loostened may be able to take off by hand. Kragan or autozone may loan the puller.
Why would anyone want a cat?
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Set screw? beets me. Most are on a 3/4" tappered shaft with a key way. Take off the nut and use a puller or see if you can tap it on the back with a rubber mallet, I've done it both ways.
As for the cat, set out some antifreeze, they love that chit. Just don't tell any one. I found 2 piles of dust, or what was left of 2 cats in my boat. It's something to see a cat reduced to the size of a golf ball, no bones left at all.
Remove rock grate, insert cat, reinstall rock grate, take to lake.......
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fast is the other half.
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I have done this three ways! 1, Pull nut till almost flush with stud and take a brass drift a hammer and your knees under wheel and pop nut with drift and hammer! Knees are for pressure against wheel! 2, puller and a hammer 3,Cutter wheel and patience! Good luck! And the cat go shait in his box! LOL! WT
SOMEONE SAID YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU! SO,IM BURNING IT UP ONE GALLON AT A TIME!
use the puller, take the cat to your local Korean restaurant.....