Prossound is right. The tool needed is a "hub and clutch plate assembly remover" (or "clutch plate and hub assembly remover" depending on where I look in the FSM). The GM part number for this tool is: J-33013-B.
This tool removes the clutch assembly by pulling it out at the center rather than pulling around the outside edge the way your 3 finger puller does. The clutch probablt has too much "give" (flex) to allow it to come off that way.
After you get the clutch off, there is a snap ring to remove. Then, if you have a 3 finger puller small enough (set for inside configuration) you can use the to remove the bearing assembly. Tap the bearing out of the assembly. File (carefully) the stake marks (punch marks - you'll see what I'm talking about) smooth. Tap in the new bearing (make sure its square to the bore and tap only
on the outer race I'd use a drift or small soft steel bar for this) until it seats completely. Then, using a center punch make 3 new stake marks 120 degrees apart being careful not to distort the outer race. Now it's time to put it all back together. When doing so pay close attention to the position of alignment tabs & bolt holes.
This may be more information than you were looking for, but better that than getting it partially disassembled and discovering you need another tool that you don't have (I've been there & done that - no fun!).
Jay - HOTSS
93 DGGM Caprice "SS"
Impala SS grille, spoiler, wheels, springs, front & rear sway bars (in the garage, soon to be on the car), Caprice SS scripts, open filter air intake w/silencer delete... Just gettin' started - more to come!
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[This message has been edited by FakeSS (edited October 30, 2000).]