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I never see anyone using separating the joint from the arm first, using the method of wedging a chunk of wood on the tip of the arm down to the ground so that rear end is hanging from it then whacking with a pickle fork. Seems like it would work pretty well to me. Am I the only one that has seen it done that way?
I pulled the joint (and it's plate) off the arm the last two times I did it.

Good, bad, or indifferent, it worked.

If the Jeep is still around in another 100k, maybe I'll give your method a shot.

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