Ok, so I realize there is a tool to do this, but I can't find anything besides a mention of a Kawasaki specialty tool. Surely there is something I can buy at an automotive place to do this. I read about punching them out, but I don't see how that will work since they can be punched towards the inside of the wheel because the inner diameter is smaller creating a place for the bearing to ride... plus that damages the bearings. So does anyone have a trick I'm not thinking of to remove the bearings? Also, how much would a shop charge to swap the bearings from one wheel to another?