This is how I pulled the pin on mine. Took a piece of threaded rod put a acorn nut on the end (real tight) then ground the nut down so it would pass thru the hole that the pin is in. Put the rod thru the roll pin took a small piece of tubing ,put over the rod where it came out of the roll pin on the other side of the yoke ,stuck a washer on it then 2 nuts and tightened the nuts and pulled the pin out. Spray it with some lube and tighten the nuts slowly. I used 2 nuts because 1 nut may strip if the pin hangs up. Putting the pin back in was not a problem,getting the wheel straight on a car that locks the wheel at 180 degrees is a little challenging though.
Last edited by way up north; 02-18-2012 at 08:15 PM.