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Abn Bearing Puller with 1/2in to 4-5/8in Jaw - Splitter Tool for Wheel Hub, Gear Pinion, Bearing Separator

Product ID : 26460577

Galleon Product ID 26460577
UPC / ISBN 688295876878
Shipping Weight 5.82 lbs
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Model 5841864691
Manufacturer Abn
Shipping Dimension 9.13 x 7.87 x 1.18 inches
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Brand ABN
Package Quantity 1
UPC 688295876878

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  • PRACTICAL DAMAGE-FREE SEPARATOR: The ABN Bearing Puller with 1/2" to 4-5/8" Inch Jaw - Splitter Tool for Wheel Hub, Gear Pinion, Bearing Separator professionally applies even pressure to smoothly separate bearings and remove gears without damage
  • VERSATILE USES: Removes bearings, pinions, gears, pulleys, steering wheels, and fittings from shafts; For automobiles, ATVs, and power sport vehicles
  • DURABLE FOR HEAVY-DUTY APPLICATIONS: Constructed from heat-treated and chrome-plated steel with a black oxide finish for rust-resistance, strength, and longevity
  • ADVANCED DESIGN FEATURES: Knife-like sharp angled edges on tapered bevel which are easily placed behind the part to secure a gripping surface, even when clearances are extremely limited, and gets under bearing far enough to not damage bearing when pulling; Splitter halves include SAE standard threaded holes for the acceptance of pushing or pulling attachments (not included)
  • SPECIFICATIONS: 4-5/8" inches maximum spread; 1/2" inch minimum spread; Approximate 5/8" inch -18 threaded holes for the push/puller; Approximate 4-3/8" inches distance between adjusting screws


Smoothly separate bearings and remove gears with the ABN Bearing Puller with 1/2" to 4-5/8" Inch Jaw - Splitter Tool for Wheel Hub, Gear Pinion, Bearing Separator. There are several uses for the puller arms and it will work where other pullers fail. Use them to remove pinions and differential bearings, take off shaft bearings and gears, and successfully rebuild your vehicle's transmission. If you want to remove a bearing, assemble the big silver plate below it, screw the black arms into the silver plate, and secure it with the nuts. Tighten with a pushing or pulling attachment (not included; uses standard SAE threads) until touching the shaft where the bearing rides until you hear a "pop" or click and the bearing will start to slide off. WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals which is [are] known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.