You probably need to do what I had to do when I powder coated my old style Monster wheels. I had to use a jig saw to cut through the bushing (the outer metal portion) and then use a huge hammer and chisel to fold the bushing in. I took them to my local dealer to have them pulled and after 3 hours they could only destroy the bushings, not remove them. They did not charge me for the time spent attempting the removal. Once I cut them away and got the wheels back, it only took a second to mount the new bushings. I kept them in the freezer and with a little grease smeared around them, they popped right in.
09 Aprilia RS125 plated< NEW info> Now a 144 and back on the road!
06 Paul Smart Sport Classic NFS ever.
08 S4RS Tricolore #081 NFS ever.
The pink Monster has moved away.
97 900SS CR
72 Norton Commando 750
03 KX60 with S4R rear shock,Honda CB350F, Hodaka Ace90, 3x Yam-YGS1, Yam-CS3 200, Vespa small frame, Gilera 106, Puch Sabre, Puch 50 Boy Racer, Benelli 250, Benelli 360, Honda CB350T, and many more.