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  1. #14

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    What ever one you choose. Make sure it is one piece. These pullers that have multi pieces only get lost in your truck. One piece missing the tool is no good to you. Use Posi-lock. It is heavy but I have had mine for 20 + years. Use sand paper and a little lube and it will make the job much easier. Don't and you will spend more time and sweat doing the same job.

  2. #15
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    Ok finally getting around to getting a hub/pulley puller. Just wondering for you guys who have the model 104 or hp-2 kit is it good for pulling big pulleys? And I'm getting into industrial and commercial work.

  3. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by TACKERDOWN View Post
    I like posilock. my fave. is the #106 non reversible caged the spread only goes to 7 inch but thats good enough for me its a 10 ton puller and you can use it with one hand without being able to see your bearing or pully I had a 2 or 3 puller but don't remember the brand maybe a westward. Graingers cost is $185.00 its worth ever cent.
    the only problem ive had with the posi lock is the little extension adapter
    that slips over the drive screw bending . all my other pullers are otc &
    blackhawk most are at least 30 yrs old & still work great.

  4. #17
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    I carry a 110 and a 103, but I really wish I had a 104.....

  5. #18
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    The "ultimate puller" is very nice for pulling blower wheels ...

    http://sensibleproducts.com/ultimatepuller.html

    Though it's not for pulleys / sheaves

  6. #19
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    Quote Originally Posted by defhvacr View Post
    What ever one you choose. Make sure it is one piece. These pullers that have multi pieces only get lost in your truck. One piece missing the tool is no good to you. Use Posi-lock. It is heavy but I have had mine for 20 + years. Use sand paper and a little lube and it will make the job much easier. Don't and you will spend more time and sweat doing the same job.
    I agree,I use one almost never, I needed it last week and parts were missing, I used my estwing back up lol and broke the damn pulley.

  7. #20
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    Apr 2011
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    Jeep,

    What model kukko puller do you have?

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