Note: There's a question at bottom of post!
I took my Jacobs 14N apart again to see if it was worth buying repair parts for. I found what I needed at MSC. Last time I took it apart I was sure it was unsalvageable but this time round I noted something I missed last time.
The bearing races: The small one is a ring, nicely made, no rust or worn spots. The other one was broken in half. I didn't bother further, I put it back together and forgot about it.
Then I saw the repair parts thanks to the recent Jacobs chuck threads I've seen and what I saw was the larger race is split. On disassembling it the second time what I discovered is my race wasn't broken in a bad way, it was intentionally split by breaking it. It had to have been else there's no way it can even be installed, that lamp of brilliance being too dim for me to have noticed first time around.
So this time I carefully scrubbed and picked out all the crud, washed the balls, deburred it as needed, then greased it and assembled it. That cuss is now a fine, smooth acting chuck.
Here's the question:
The MT#2 taper is pretty battered and I'd like to replace it. I don't have any wedges so thought I'd ask if anyone has any clever way of getting the arbor out of the chuck. The chuck end of the arbor is a JT33, I believe. I think I'm going to have to buy some wedges.