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That's the mitsu cas correct? It has the rubber cover on the front. Remove the cover and that is the end of the shaft. I do seem to remember when I removed the two small screws on the shaft itself I was able to remove that portion of the shaft. I think you may be able to remove the remaining 3 screws holding the body to the case and press the shaft out from the back.

Okay I just checked the original cas I dissassembled and as I said you just need to remove three screws and press it out from the back.

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That's the mitsu cas correct? It has the rubber cover on the front. Remove the cover and that is the end of the shaft. I do seem to remember when I removed the two small screws on the shaft itself I was able to remove that portion of the shaft. I think you may be able to remove the remaining 3 screws holding the body to the case and press the shaft out from the back.

yeah it the mitsu cas,

from what i can see they might not be a way to take it apart without pressing it apart to get to the front housing screws

unless the shaft and bearing comes out when you remove the 3 screws?

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I had my one rebuilt on my RB20 last year, I was told it's actually pressed together so you need a press to pull it apart. That's all I know though, not sure on the specifics

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Is that your cas in the pic?

In that pic all that needs to be done is removing the 3 gold screws holding the body in and then pressing the shaft out from the back. The two screws on the shaft don't need to be removed.

yeah thats it

thats what i thought

thanks for the help

now just to do it without damaging the internals

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