Ooops, my bad. Included the core charges.I dont know where you're getting $500 for a pair of rear calipers at centerline. They're $159 each...and they're the real deal, properly zinc plated like ATE did them. I've scrutinized those centerline rear calipers before, including a full teardown on a supplied caliper and they're the best available from any vendor I've seen. And I've seen many.
Centerline also sells the split caliper o rings. Part number BK480. Pricey but they're the right ones. I've bought some before that are the wrong size but were close...they leaked.
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What I can't quite tell is how much space there is between the flange on your tool and the top of the wheel. Bob
If you do have space, then it's a case of lubrication, persuasive tightening and wacking the center pin with a hammer.
You can't heat it with a torch, the damage to all the plastics would be devastating. I wonder if you could try one of the "Freeze-off" products? You'd just have to be careful with all the plastic while it's brittle.Have been at it for a several days. Deploying more lubricant and patience. I will say that I have really whacked at the back of the wheel quite hard with a hammer as well (backside of spokes, with protective cover and as close as possible to center), but zero sign of progress. Maybe need to look for that Alfa specific puller next but for now I will keep at it.
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Jubrele...If it's the latter...I don't think you do have the right threads (6mm metric, IIRC). Best check that, or you could make life even harder. If the all-threads are deforming, use bolts instead.