Right-ho, starting to think about the dreaded trailer fettling over the winter, the main object being to check out and/or replace brake shoes etc, brake cables and wheel bearings.
The first obstacle that I can see is removing the bearing savers. Anyone any ideas? I've searched the forum, and a number of posts mention fitting savers using a lump of wood over the end and a decent sized hammer to fit them, but I don't think a lump of wood would work to get them out
Seems to me I might need a clamp to go around the body of the savers and some sort of puller (pusher?) to get them out of the hub
Am I missing something, surely it cannot be that difficult??