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Old 10-20-2012, 04:57 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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Old 10-20-2012, 05:15 PM   #2
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If you are after an engine bearing puller i would have to say either the HUDY or Novarossi i have used both but always prefer the Novarossi one i just find it easier, As for where you can get one your local hobby shop should be able to hook you up with one but if not i see them on EBAY as well.. Amain also have them...
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Ofna sells one with inner and outer pullers for 69.99 haven't needed anything else!
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Talking Bearing Puller

I purchased some time ago, a Hudy bearing puller.

It's pretty straght forward and simple to use.

My only issue with it is I needed a special part to pull a bearing from a different
size engine. I think it was from a Rossi LSK. (I think the bearing size is different)

Anyway, I ended up making a custom part that they didn't have. Part was pretty easy to make, but, Hudy didn't even have the part available.

Anyway, other than that, I have not issues.
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