I purchased a Delta 20-303 14" bandsaw about a month ago from HGR. It worked great in high speed, and I think it was used for cutting mostly wood. The saw had a dusting of wood shavings and a wood blade when I bought it. There is a clutch system that allows you to change from high to low speed and I could not get the saw to engage the low speed setting. So I removed the lower pulley gear system after I drained about a quart and a half of gear lube. Inside the lower case was a sheared off roll pin that I think is the culprate for the inner slow speed clutch not working. My question is how do I get the shaft out of the lower wheel drive? There are two woodruff keys it looks like that I think need to be punched out before I remove the shaft. How do I do this? Heat them up and tap them out? Or is there another way? Here are the pics. The saw is very nice overall, and judging from this thread http://owwm.org/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=117620 I think that this clutch engagement issue is kind of common. Thanks, Jack One whole roll pin and one sheared in half, the broken one was sitting in the bottom oil when I removed the lower drive/gear shaft. Drive wheel side of saw I made a mobile dolly out of 1/8" x 2" angle plate welded together with some harbor freight casters on the bottom. My garage is so small that everything needs to be on wheels. One coat of oil based machine shop grey applied today. I also made a surface plate stand out of the same material along with some braces for two shelves to store mill vices as well as lathe chucks. That gets painted once I weld on some caster mounting plates to the bottom.