TYPES AND USES - Continued
PUSH AND PULL PULLER SET
The push and pull puller set is used in conjunction with a
variety of attachments and adapters. The push and pull
puller consists of a 13-1/2-inch steel bar which is slotted
to receive two 9-1/2-inch legs. A pressure screw in the
center of the bar is 13 inches long. It has a diameter of
one inch, and it is threaded. This puller is universal and
versatile. With the use of the bearing pulling
attachment, bearing cup pulling attachment, sheave
adapters, additional legs, and many other special
adapters, this puller is capable of removing or replacing
bearings, gears, pinions, pulleys, wheels, and bushings.
The push and pull puller set has many other uses.
STEERING WHEEL PULLER SET
The steering wheel puller consists of all the units
necessary for removal of steering wheels from early
models of cars and trucks up to the present models.
WHEEL PULLER SET
The universal wheel puller set consists of a body and
drive assembly that receives three long jaws, three short
jaws, or a special grooved hub set. The interchangeable
jaws pivot and swing to any desired bolt circle.
Tapered, right and left hand threaded stud nuts
complete the set; all of which are carried in a metal
case. The wheel puller set is capable of pulling any
demountable wheel hub for any passenger car, and
most lightweight trucks.
CYLINDER SLEEVE PULLER
The universal cylinder sleeve puller is used to pull
cylinder sleeves from engine blocks. It is adjustable to
provide clearance regardless of the position of the
cylinder studs and to simplify centering the tool over the
bore. This puller is used in conjunction with four adapter
plates supplied with the puller. The combination is
capable of pulling cylinder sleeves 4-1/4, 4-1/2, 4-3/4,
and 5-3/4 inches in diameter.