Originally Posted by Roger
If the spindle is sealed (I don't know any that are), then you have a different spindle assembly than I've been discussing. Ignore all my advice, ... sorry, I can't help.
Look closely at your parts book. The assembly drawing in the parts book will give you an idea how the parts are put together.
Just a little bit off of the pace for a moment: I have always liked the phrase "oxy-moron". If a spindle is put together at the factory, how can it be a "sealed Bearing". It was "assembled", and therefore can be "dis-assembled". A spindle is nothing more than bearings that are put onto a shaft that is enclosed in a housing. If it was "put together", then it can be "taken apart".