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if you have a press its best to press it out with a bearing clamp around it. If not you can set it in a vice and using a brass hammer or drift beat the driveline through it, once the old ones off find a peice of pipe that fits nicely around the driveline and hits the bearing and drive the new one on, note the orientation of the old bearing before you remove it so the new one goes on the same way, if it really wont budge you can cut it off but you will have to cut in two places. You will still need a pipe to install the new one though.
you get it on?