Im in the process of doing a complete restore on a 1925, Singer model 66-4. The machine has been sitting in storage for over 20 years, and just recently I aquired it. I got it home, and after cleaning it up a bit, i relized the machine was the perfect one for me to do my first full restoration. I have strip[ped the machine of every part, (made sure i took extensive pictures as I was removing them..then cleaned every part..But i have 3 parts that for the life of me i can't get out of the machine head. Arm Shaft #32617, Arm Shaft Bushing # 32503, and the Feed Cam # 32562.
Ever lock screw, nutt, you name it is out of this machine, so Im figuring the Arm Shaft Bushing, is pressure seated, now if thats the case i will have to beat it out..but my question is..from the inside out? or outside in? what tool would be best to get it out with?
Any help I can get will be thankful..I'm ready to get this thing sand blasted and painted, so I can get all the parts coving my desk back to where they belong, so I can start my next project.
If you need pictures to see exactly what im talking about, please let me know.
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