TYPES AND USES
UNIVERSAL GEAR PULLER
The universal gear puller is usually of yoke and screw
construction with two jaws. The jaws have a capacity
from 0 to 14 inches in diameter. The universal gear
puller is used for pulling gears, pulleys, and wheels.
GEAR AND BEARING PULLER
The gear and bearing puller is used to pull gears,
bearings, pinions, sheaves, pulleys, and wheels. It is a
screw-type puller with two jaws. The grip tightens as
pull is increased. The gear and bearing puller has a
maximum spread of 5-1/2 inches.
UNIVERSAL BEARING AND BUSHING PULLER
interchangeable jaws. It provides a pulling capacity of
up to 1-1/4 inches. The larger jaws are used for
removing bronze or oilite bushings without crumbling
them. The smaller jaws are used to pull clutch pilot
ELECTRICAL UNIT BEARING PULLER
The electrical unit bearing puller is used to pull bearings
from shafts of electrical units. It is supplied with plates
to fit a variety of unit constructions and to fit behind the
particular shaft bearings to be pulled.
BATTERY TERMINAL AND SMALL GEAR PULLER
The battery terminal and small gear puller is a screw
type puller for use in close quarters. In addition to
pulling battery terminals, it is used to pull small gears
STEERING GEAR ARM PULLER
The steering gear arm puller is used for pulling steering
gear arms. It also can be used for a wide variety of
other pulling jobs. The clamp locks the puller on the
arm, leaving both hands free for pulling.