Bike: '03 450F Problem: Stuck Bearing Location: Little 3 hole piece part of the linkage that has 2 holes for bearings. Think its called a connector arm? Last night, I started working on my bike. I haven't ridden it all summer because back in may or early June my linkage started squeaking....so of course I took it apart to lube it and when I did that the bearings fell apart. Oh well. Spent the summer saving up money. (I usually make a lot more, but because of the drought in my area the grass hasn't been growing much) I finally scraped together some money so that I could get the bearings. They get here, I work on putting them in, and I destroy one of them putting it in!! The shell of one of the old bearings is whats giving me all the trouble. It simply won't come out. I thought that I could bash the old shell out with the new bearing, but that destroyed the new bearing. Do I have any options? A new connector arm (if thats what its called) is $100. Couple that with the cost of one OEM bearing and it will be like $120 or so. (There is no point in paying another $85 for a whole set when I only need one bearing.) Help!