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freezerburn

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When I got my drum off (improperly) I realized they due to bad technique, I had ruined a very good drum. Since they are getting hard to come by I decide to make public my shortcomings and a valid possible solution. First I was heating and banging side to side.

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Second, I read a post by a member that mentioned using a vise and a deep well socket. I took my vise and put it on the ground and put the axle carrier in it then put the axle hub on then the heavy washer then the castle nut upside down then the deep socket. Then I commenced to beat it all over the place squarely with a sledge. The socket mushroomed but I cut the nut out easily with the sawzall. My poor first attempt ruined a good drum. I hope this helps someone as this is a good technique and pawn shop sockets are easy to get and it’s worth a try after trying whatever you will . fb
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