had a bearing come out in pieces, man wanted 80-90 US $ to remove. I have a few tools. to start I bought a cheap pilot bearing puller. marked the bearing race where I wanted to grind some notches to match the tool foot locations. used a dremel with a cutoff wheel. starting at the far side of the bearing race walking it toward the nearside where I want the notch to form. once the notches start to form , I fitted by grinding the legs on the pilot tool to have a sharp outer edge for maximum grip. then ground the length of the foot of fit into the bearing bore without interference. now is in a form of a triangle. Once all is at its best, test torqued the tool grip. warmed the hub with a propane torch . With tension applied on the tool and checked regularly, it will give when the temp is right.