What is the size of puller?
Puller 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″).
What is a pilot bearing puller?
Pilot Bearing Puller. Designed to pull flywheel pilot bearings in close quarters where a slide hammer cannot be used. Operates on many models with engine in chassis.
How much force can a slide hammer generate?
Sliding hammers only – – 2.5 lb. sliding hammer. – 5 lb. sliding hammer.
What is a gear puller set?
Constructed from heat-treated steel, this durable set is perfect for pulling bearings, timing gears, steering wheels and pulleys on most cars and light trucks. This gear puller set comes in an individually organized carrying case. We guarantee this product to be free from defects in materials and workmanship 90 days from the date of purchase.
What can you pull with a 15 piece gear puller?
This versatile 15 piece gear puller set includes everything you need to pull gears from 9/32 in. to 3 in. in diameter. Constructed from heat-treated steel, this durable set is perfect for pulling bearings, timing gears, steering wheels and pulleys on most cars and light trucks.
What are the parts of a puller?
Each puller has a cage around the jaws that keeps them in place for a quick job of gripping bearings and pulleys. Grip bearings, gears, and wheels from the outside edge to pull them off a shaft.
What size gear puller do I need for cam gears?
The OTC 6614 Heavy Duty Gear Puller will remove gears up to 7-1/4″ in diameter, including most cam gears. Rated at 8 tons, this puller is stout enough for almost any heavy-duty application and includes a pair of metric bolts for most applications. The slimmer design of the cross block gives more room to set up in tight quarters.