Hello: Can someone explain to me how to remove the variator lever, bearing, and hub from a 1966 JD 110 Round Fender? I purchased a 1966 JD 110 Round Fender in April of this year. This is my first lawn and garden tractor restoration. What got me interested was TV shows like 'FantomWorks' and 'Overhaulin', where old cars are brought back to better than new condition. I don't have the space, the tools, or the skills to handle a project of that scale, but a vintage lawn tractor is something I think I can handle. I've been bringing parts home from my storage unit, and taking them down to bare metal. I've found a lot of rust and some pitting under the layers of paint, but nothing too bad. Media blasting has removed the rust. I had to fix a small crack in the front of the hood, and I've taken dents out of one of the hood supports, the grill, and one of the fenders, and I've used some filler where necessary. It's been fun, so far. I've given each part three coats of primer, and three coats of color. Clear coat will be added before reassembly. I'm gradually getting an entire tractor in the lower level of my house (see the attached photo). I've gotten everything removed on the top of the frame, except for the pedestal. I can't figure out how to remove the variator lever assembly. Can someone help me out with how that is done? Thank you.