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Topic Review (Newest First)
06-10-2007 11:33 PM
upinar uve used it before? will it always fit between the bearing and teh pinion head?
06-10-2007 10:12 PM
Kar2run splitter works well if your reusing brg's
06-10-2007 05:47 PM
upinar
pinion bearing puller

im starting to do a lot of ring and pinion installations and the last few of them have been a pain due to that stubborn pinion bearing. I usually work with it at the vice, but ive seen kits that pull bearings for like 500 dollars. Then ive seen a puller, well not really, its like a bearing splitter. Its basically like 2 wedges that comes together to slip the bearing away from the pinion. Ive seen a couple write-ups in which they use this tool and this tool is like 45 bucks. Does anyone have any experience with this tool or any bearing puller. I need to get something really bad. thanks

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