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    Quote Originally Posted by bustawrench1 View Post

    Posi-Lok for light to medium commercial.

    Hydraulic with a Porta-power for the big stuff.
    x2, Posi-Lok is a bad mutha

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrL_Brann View Post
    ultimate x5
    I am sorry,I have a posi-lok puller.I have been calling the ultimate puller for so long that I forgot what the name of it was.
    Look to the past to learn;look forward to live.

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    sawz all 3/4" drive socket,punch,kroil,and a BFH!

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    I got your puller right here. As you can see I have worn out the one on the left, center is the new one. Ain't gonna break old blue.





    Don't be paying any attention to the mess in the van either.
    I'm not tolerating Political Correctness anymore, from now on it's tell it like it is.

    Veto Pro Pak - The best tool bag you'll ever own






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    new prop or wheel!!!LOL
    NO Brains NO Headaches

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    Ive got a cheap 3pc set of 3 jaw pullers from harbor freight that work pretty nicely. I've also got an ultimate puller that I picked up at a garage sale but its missing the little arm hooks, anyone know where I can pick up a replacement set?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Texas-Tech View Post
    I got your puller right here. As you can see I have worn out the one on the left, center is the new one. Ain't gonna break old blue.





    Don't be paying any attention to the mess in the van either.
    Where did you get that blue one from? What is it called?
    Look to the past to learn;look forward to live.

    Coach Dean E. Smith

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    I like the blue one, looks like a brute....doesnt look like it has a place for hooks though unlike the ultimate

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tie Strap View Post
    I like the blue one, looks like a brute....doesnt look like it has a place for hooks though unlike the ultimate
    It's made by Ulmer Tool Co and I saw it at a distributer here called Insco. It doesn't have any hook attachments which I have never had any suscess with anyway. I've bent a couple of props useing the hooks. This bad boy is solid steel, not aluminum like the others. I saw it and had to have it. No more buggen up the threads from hard pulls. Bummer is I've had it for 4 or 5 months and never used it yet.
    I'm not tolerating Political Correctness anymore, from now on it's tell it like it is.

    Veto Pro Pak - The best tool bag you'll ever own






  10. #23
    the ultimate is great, i have had 2 now in 13 yrs, thats not bad,1st lasted about 8 yrs.

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    Ditto on the ultimate and they are life time warrenty abused quite a few in the last 15 years and never had a problem with returning them no matter how messed up they were.

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    I had the Ultimate puller years ago. Stripped out the aluminum on a stubborn wheel.

    Posi-Lock kit is the way to go. Larger hub adapters, and the jaws will grab a blade 10 times better then the hooks.






    http://www.posilock.com/Hub/hub.htm

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    I have one of those blue ones from when they were painted gold. Buy one, it will be the last one u buy, it will last forever

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