Reply to "Lionel 1946 726"

 You will probably have to use a Dremel tool or some sort of similar tool and cut the gear off and then at a later date replace it. Jeff Kane at TrainTender has those gears and they are not very expensive.  I have a heavy duty Delta floor drill and  I use that as a press to replace idler gears and worn out pinion gears. 

Jim

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