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Old 10-20-2012, 04:56 AM   #1
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I need to purchase a bearing puller. Could someone tell me a good none that's reasonable in price, and the best place to get it. If you have one for sale I'm interested.
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Duplicate thread sorry. Could moderator please delete.

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Heatgun? The kitchen oven?
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Heating the case in oven does work, but nothing beats the Hudy bearing tool.
It's worth the money.
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Hudy bearing puller amain hobbies
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Heating the case in oven does work, but nothing beats the Hudy bearing tool.
It's worth the money.
+1, don't waste your time heating up the engine and risk doing dmg just trying to get bearings out. They don't always just fall out as some say
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Hudy......
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Hudy is what I thought. Is there just one set up that would do the job for all sizes from .21 and up.
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Hudy is what I thought. Is there just one set up that would do the job for all sizes from .21 and up.
I think hudy can do 28 but I'm not positive best to ask a engine modder like cre or Houston
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I sure will thank you.
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Can't argue Hudy!!! Once you get beyond the initial price and use it, you'll not regret it for a second!! If I'm not mistaken, RB and OFNA, and Integy make one as well, but the Hudy is defiantly the best on the market IMO
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I have the Dynamite engine bearing puller kit and it works well. It gets the job done and is reasonably priced!
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