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  1. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by jw-lu597 View Post
    Looks very useful and much quicker and easier than than a puller.
    Such a good idea! Going downstairs to my "home" toolbox now and putting it in the van.

    Other odd things I use everyday and "must have" would be my empty bottle of water for testing drains, a 3/4" brush for cleaning traps and my little 2.5 gal. shop vac. use those almost everyday for PM's.

    My little Milwaukee M12 impact is also up there for when I need to "nascar" a few panels in a hot ass attic.

  2. #15
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    I can't go anywhere without my head light! Much better than holding a flashlight in your mouth, and the head light follows your eyes.

  3. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by barbar View Post
    When I was on the tools (commercial refrig) I found this tool to be a must. How many times do you struggle getting fan blades of a shaft!
    http://www.alltradetools.com/catalog...4-x-1-1-16.jpg
    I had slightly different shaped one!
    A quick tap. Loose!
    This is much easier if the hub isn't too far down the shaft.

    http://www.cdvalve.com/product-categ.../cd3570/10-182
    II Chronicles 7:14 Galatians 2:20 Ephesians 2:8-9

  4. #17
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    Quote Originally Posted by barbar View Post
    When I was on the tools (commercial refrig) I found this tool to be a must. How many times do you struggle getting fan blades of a shaft!
    http://www.alltradetools.com/catalog...4-x-1-1-16.jpg
    I had slightly different shaped one!
    A quick tap. Loose!
    I have two of these, never used them for pulling blades. They do work well for idler arms and tie rod ends.

    I use a bearing seperator and a steering wheel puller slightly modified to pull blades and wheels.

  5. #18
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    Refrigeration guys check this out, great for cleaning condenser coils. The HP-33 packs some power!

    http://www.clementsnational.com/indu.../handheld.html
    II Chronicles 7:14 Galatians 2:20 Ephesians 2:8-9

  6. #19
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    Sometimes I think machines are engineered with this tool in mind.

    http://www.service.kleintools.com/To.../Product/68234

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