TYPES AND USES - Continued
SLIDE HAMMER PULLER
COTTER PIN PULLER
The slide hammer puller set is a universal-type puller
equipped with a two and three-way yoke, three medium
jaws for outside pulls and two small jaws for inside
pulling. The small jaws can be inserted through a 1/2-
inch opening. The capacity of the medium jaws is 6-1/4
inches. The slide hammer puller is also equipped with a
locking feature which holds the jaws open or locks them
on the work.
A cotter pin puller is an S-shaped tool used to install or to
remove cotter pins. One end is used to insert through
the cotter pins for extracting. The other end is used for
spreading the cotter pin. The shank is beveled square for
easy handling and for a firm grip. This type is seven
USING A GEAR AND BEARING PULLER
1 Check all gripping edges and threads of a puller for
damage before using it.
2 Place the puller (1) firmly in position and secure it.
Use the proper size wrench for turning the pressure
screw or nut (2) to avoid rounding the corners of the
nut or of the screw head.
4 Turn the pressure screw or nut slowly in a clockwise
direction until the gear bearing is removed.