In Reply to: How do I Get posted by AAm on September 01, 2018 at 19:05:20:
The bearing should have come out with the Sherman, but that is irrelevant. No need to attempt to remove or replace that bearing unless you plan to rebuild the sherman. You need the original main drive gear/clutch shaft assembly that was removed when the sherman was installed. The main drive gear has a bearing pressed on the shaft you will been a bearing splitter and press to push the bearing off and press the new bearing on. There is a bearing cup and a seal inside the clutch shaft housing that should be replaced with new parts. It's a bit of a coin flip to try and buy a used main drive/clutch shaft assembly that will be in good enough shape to install without replacing the bearing. The oil seal on that shaft is fairly easy to replace. Pull the main shaft out, pry the old seal out, press the new seal in with the lip facing towards the transmission.