Lube it with some wd-40 and put a puller on it. I'm not sure of the correct name, but I have this thing with two 'arms' on it and a huge bolt in the middle. Put the arms around something and turn the bolt and it pulls it off. Or you could try a block of wood behind it and lightly tapping it with a hammer.
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