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  • Snap on puller set for the Powertrain

    This is a proffesional set which will pull hubs, any type of differential or trans bearing, sector worms, axle bearings on newer vehicles etc. unlimited uses for powertrain purposes. The extension rods screw into one another to make a longer length.
    The part numbers are all pictured for easy reference.

    There are cheaper similar set ups like this available, but your mileage may vary on quality
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    3~ Tudor's & 1~ Coupe
    Henry Ford said,
    "It's all nuts and bolts"
    "Start by doing what's necessary; then do what's possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible."

    Mitch's Auto Service ctr

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    What's nice about the CJ-84B is that you can setup to push or pull from the center also. I've looked for years to buy one at a decent price, haven't found one yet.


    • #3
      I have a Snap On 3 leg puller that bolts to 3 wheel studs. I've used it on Model A's, AA's, and my Studebakers.

      I had to make 3 brackets to use it on the 1930 AA.


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