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IanB 02-13-2006 09:01 PM

Bolt on gear puller, might be a bearing puller
 
I need the kind of gear puller that I can bolt to my t-case to yank it away from the tranny. Its tighter than a (graphic metaphor deleted)! Anyone have one I can borrow for an hour? :flamingo:

Uncle Ben 02-13-2006 09:08 PM

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Originally Posted by IanB
I need the kind of gear puller that I can bolt to my t-case to yank it away from the tranny. Its tighter than a (graphic metaphor deleted)! Anyone have one I can borrow for an hour? :flamingo:

I think I have just what the doctor ordered....you gonna be home tomorrow? :hill:

IanB 02-13-2006 09:12 PM

Yeah all day till 4, gone Wed and Thurs.

If you swing by I can pull it on the spot, will take maybe 5 minutes. You rule :fing:

Rzeppa 02-14-2006 09:28 AM

Even after you borrow Kevin's I suggest getting yourself a couple of pullers to have around. My favorite is the big 7 ton two jaw Craftsman, good for everything from t-case to pitman arms.

IanB 02-14-2006 09:30 AM

I have 3 pullers, none of them bolt on however. Hmmm, this may justify a trip to Sears though.... :hill:

Rzeppa 02-14-2006 09:36 AM

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Originally Posted by IanB
I have 3 pullers, none of them bolt on however. Hmmm, this may justify a trip to Sears though.... :hill:

The 2 jaw doesn't bolt on, the jaws can grab inside or outside depending on which way you put them on. For the t-case, you orient them so they grab the inside edges of the hole where the tranny output shaft sticks through, and put the center onto the indent in the end of the shaft.


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