Hey All I'm going through a 1983 XL600 and am replacing the rear wheel bearings. I'm all torn apart, (it started with a squeaky brake, which turned out to be missing a dust seal.) Yes, I want to get a special tool to remove the retainer. Yes, I'll put new bearings in the freezer and heat my hub eventually... I've read up and down about wheel bearings, and the retainers, the special tools, who makes 'em, etc, etc. My issue is this: Every single tool I've seen online is the rounded pin type with four pins. This *looks* like it will fit mine, but I'm not sure, BECAUSE: My retainer nut has squared off indentations, like the newer CR retainers, but I've got four of them, like the round hole configuration. I see a correct picture of it on the microfiches that I look at, but all the new tools only offer the four rounded pins, or the six square pin type... which is probably a different diameter anyway. What do I do with my retainer? I want it out of there, but really, really don't want to start whacking away with flat punches or needle nose or screwdrivers or anything else. I've already drilled my 'peens' and I need 'er gone! Please help!!!