I'm replacing the pins and bushings in my 250 II skid steer where the bucket curls. How is the best way to get the bushings out? I know I can heat the surrounding surface and then beat the bushing out. The first one I have tried so far does not want to budge. Wondering if I could take the reciprocating saw and cut a small grove in the middle of bushing. I doubt it would work. I have seen some guys cut them with a torch. I know when putting them back in to let them set in the freezer overnight before beating them in.