Which bearing puller is best?

Which bearing puller is best?

Top Bearing Pullers

  • GXL Carrier & Pinion Bearing Puller Dana 30, 40, 60, 70, 80, Ford 10.25 Clamshell Design.
  • Qiilu Pilot Bearing Puller, 3 Jaw Bearing Puller Bushing Gear Extractor Wheel Bearing Puller Heavy Duty Automotive Machine Tool Kit.
  • ABN Bearing Separator Set, 5-Ton Capacity.

How many types of bearing pullers are there?

Types of bearing pullers include bearing splitter plates, two and three arm bearing pullers and internal bearing pullers.

Do they make a bearing puller?

VEVOR Carrier & Pinion Bearing Puller, Compatible with Dana 30,40,50,60,70, 80, Ford 10.25″ Bearings, Pinion Puller Tool with 3 Clamshells, 45# Steel Clamshell Bearing Puller for Auto Repair.

How do you measure a bearing puller?

Bearing pullers are measured according to their reach. The puller’s reach is the available distance between the pulling surface of the legs and the head of the legs. When the legs are opened, the distance increases and decreases. Bearing pullers come in sizes of 75mm (2.9″), 100mm (3.9″), 150mm (5.9″) and 200mm (7.8″).

Where would you use a jaw type puller?

3-Jaw Puller You can use them to remove gears, pulleys, wheel hubs, all kinds of hard to remove parts. They come in several sizes and are inexpensive.

How do you select a bearing puller?

oThis option helps remove internal bearing cups, retainers or oil seals that are press-fitted-When you need to pull a shaft out of something, look for threaded adapters, internal or external, for use with slide hammers or a push-puller. oTypically you need these pullers when removing a transmission shaft or pinion shaft from a bore or housing.

What is a bearing puller typically used for?

A bearing puller is a tool used to remove bearing sets from a rotating machine shaft or from a blind bearing hole. The most common application is removing a caged set of ball or tapered bearings from a rotating shaft, such as in a car’s transmission. These tools are made of tool grade steel, so they are harder than the parts they are used on.

How to make a bearing puller tool?

2 Nos. metal plates (5.5”*4”) 6mm thickness

  • 4 Nos. 3/8” bolts (8” length)
  • 12 Nos. nuts
  • What are the parts of a bearing puller?

    – Mechanical Jaw Pullers – offered in 2-Jaw, 3-Jaw and 2/3-Jaw styles and capacities up to 25T. – Bi-directional Pullers – offer up to 30T of pushing or pulling force, depending on the setup. – Specialty Puller Accessories – Do you have a unique application? Perhaps a Power Team Slide Hammer Puller, Bearing Cup Puller or Pulley Pullers are what you need!