So I was all ready to do this yesterday. Got the wheel off and pulled off the brake rotor, etc. The bearings are nothing i'm able to get ahold of. There's very little space between them and the spacer. I thought I could simply use a drift to pound it out from one side, but even with the drift BENT at an angle I can't get a catch. It's a full 3" +/- from the hole opening to the beginning of the opposite inner race. Even if it caught, most likely it'd pop off the inner race and i'd still have the outer to deal with. The autozone tools don't seem to have anything to do it and the local bike wrench (read: bike hacker) said "just press the whole thing out with a hammer, spacer and all". Ed Korn's tool only does the tapered bearings and JTWIND tipped me off to this monster: http://www.zelenda.com/Kukko/21.html JT said "The dealer list is $71.00, it's $81.60 from Samstag Sales" Since this will probably only need to be done hardly ever, I'm just gonna run by the dealer and take the wheel in and ask them to do it. If they use anything but the special tool, I'll let you guys know how it goes. this won't happen until i'm over in Tampa next month for school, so if you guys get any genius ideas before then, let me know. Happy new year!