I did use a set similar to that (maybe even the exact one) to drive the new bearing races into the frame on the Vstrom.I must be the only person in the world that owns a proper bearing/race driver set These make installing tapered bearing races so much easier:
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Or you can typically borrow them for free at your local autoparts store.
For pulling the lower inner race, I used this:
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That's why my Vstrom was sitting in the garage as a unicycle for over a week. After I'd tried and failed with all the bearing pull tools I could get my hands on locally, I ordered this kit from Amazon and waited for delivery.
Turned out it made a better bearing pusher than puller. I used the old inner bearing race, pushed by operating the bearing puller in reverse, to scoot the new bearing race down onto the steering stem shaft.
That was one benefit of using a puller to extract the old ball bearing inner race in the first place, vs. cutting it off. The old race was left intact, so made a perfect pusher for the new race.
There's an old thread on the stromtrooper.com forums where I documented my bearing replacement process. I'm sure I went into some detail on what a PITA it was to pull the inner race of the lower bearing. The rest of the bearing swap wasn't so bad.
If the FJR is not going to be such a PITA, I almost look forward to it.