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1997 F250 4x4: 460 timing chain r & r

How do I remove the weight on the nose of the crankshaft after I pulled the harmonic balance. Does it slide off by hand or need to be heated up? I'm doing this in the truck. Any tips would be appreciated. Thanks
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