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    Powerbuilt   Pilot Bearing Puller Kit

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    • Description
      Model
      648619
      Internet/Catalog:
      203120592

      For removing pilot bearings and bushings from flywheel during clutch replacement. Heavy duty puller includes fingers with a 1-1/2 in. length for extra deep reach. Positive engagement design locks tips of fingers behind bearing while expanding against inner diameter to grasp bearing firmly. Plated steel and black oxide. Any automotive specialty tool will help make an automotive repair or maintenance task easier, but Powerbuilt products take the concept of help a big step further. Every Powerbuilt specialty tool comes with professionally written usage instructions that take you step-by-step through proper tool usage. Photographs of the tool in use accompany the instructions. All developed by an automotive professional who writes and edits automotive service manuals.

      • Includes step-by-step usage instructions and photos showing the tool in use
      • Instruction sheets are laminated to resist staining and are permanently fastened to the case
      • Usage instructions developed by a professional automotive technician
      • Includes heavy duty storage case
      • Replacement parts available
      • Meets or exceeds ANSI standards
      • Lifetime warranty on tools
    • Specifications
      Bearing Application Type :
      Wheel
      Product Depth (in.) :
      2.875
      Product Height (in.) :
      7.25
      Product Width (in.) :
      9.125
      Returnable :
      90-Day
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      • Kinda Cheap
      • September 09, 2012

      I tried using this to pull a pilot bearing out of a 49' Chevy Pickup. You'll notice that the "teeth" on the end that are supposed to grab the back end of the bearing have a slight taper - Why? it just slips off the back of the bearing. The arms flex as well when you tighten it up. I could not get any grab on the bearing and this tool did not do the job. Pass this one up, there is a reason why it's fairly cheap, comes with a nice case though.

      Pros nice case Cons poor design, poor quality
      • DIY

      MechMan

      California
      18 to 24, Male
      7 out of 7 people found this helpful
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