I've had a small crash with my Phantom v1.1.1 and I thought that was a good moment to replace the stock (not sure, because I'm the Phantoms 2nd owner) bearings on my Phantom. Two of the motors make a light clicking sound when you turn the prop (not the magnetic clicks, it sounds like bearings balls with too much space). I replaced one motor and that made a huge change in sound. Now I want to replace only the bearings of the second motor. But I can't seem to remove those things... Because I changed one motor out, I tested removing the bearings on that spare motor. Opening the motor is easy, but the bearings are stuck. At the end, I used a hammer to get one of them out, destroying the bearing in the process. But now, even with one bearing out, the other bearing won't give. I used a hexed size pin to push it out, but don't feel any moment. I heated the motor and put freeze spray on the bearing: nothing. I used a hammer to put some force on each side of the bearing (from the inside): no movement whatsoever! I'm kind of out of options. On Youtube, it looks like the bearings are easy to replace. But I tested it on 3 motors already, but haven't been able to remove one single bearing without destroying the motor... Any tips?