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Old 01-30-2009, 06:43 PM   #1
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hey guys im lookin for a good flywheel puller any recomendations also im in the market for front and rear crank bearing pullers, would the grp set work on v-spec???
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Somone had a few for sale in the FS section for $20 shipped, I think he's making them.......looked quality too.
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i purchased a small bearing puller from autozone, perfect.
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Old 01-30-2009, 07:02 PM   #4
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Here's the link

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Old 01-30-2009, 07:07 PM   #5
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I use the Axial flywheel puller. It's not cheap but it was given to me so I can't complain.
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just go to ur local auto supply store and get a battery terminal puller.
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I use a windshield wiper arm puller mainly because it fits the spot on my box perfectly.May be a little pricy as it came of a snap-on truck but very heavy duty.probably sell the same one at napa for $15.Dont remember the part# but you'll know if you see it.Way overkill for wiper arms.
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never thought of a battery terminal remover.....huh
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hey guys im lookin for a good flywheel puller any recomendations also im in the market for front and rear crank bearing pullers, would the grp set work on v-spec???
Yes it works on v-spec perfect
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does autozone or anyone have something that will work for a bearing puller for our engines? I want the grp puller but dont wanna spend that much money.
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does autozone or anyone have something that will work for a bearing puller for our engines? I want the grp puller but dont wanna spend that much money.
i do not believe they have anything that will work as a bearing puller.. i am sure they have a mini gear puller to be used as a flywheel puller in store
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ok... so to my own stupidity i didnt even realize the grp bearing puller set includes a flywheel puller and amain has them for 149, not too bad, thanks for the info guys
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