My spudger must have been cheap, it bent, so i wrapped a flat sided screwdriver in a rag instead.
when reassembling, the alignment can look and feel almost be correct but the shaft wont come out far enough to let you out the pin back in, i needed to take off twice and then it slid in perfectly and everything in the rotation moved much more easily
If you need to buy a pin punch set, get ones with knurled handles (crosshatching of the metal) which are much easier to hold onto. I had to try one side then the other and WD-40 to get it out. Also figure out to how to position the mixer and what lean your hand agains while holding the pin to keep it steady so you can make multiple, accurate strikes.
When re assembling, when it came to aligning everything, i found using a small pin punch to poke all the way through helped. Then i started in on hammering the pin back in.
I used a 1/16th inch pin punch, i think the hard thing is positioning the piece so you can strike accurately
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