Home-made DIY Wheel Bearing Puller Pictures Posted

Alan Cordeiro alancordeiro at comcast.net
Tue Mar 2 20:05:47 EST 2004

Is this a home made "Scheley" tool???.

I have a suspect bearing, but its not loud enough to know which wheel.
I am patiently waiting for it to get louder, but its taking its time
(10,000+ miles so far)

Alan Cordeiro
199,xxx miles, all original bearings...

----- Original Message ----- 
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Sent: Tuesday, March 02, 2004 9:19 AM
Subject: Home-made DIY Wheel Bearing Puller Pictures Posted

> Thanks to Eric Sanborn for hosting some pictures of my home-made bearing
> puller.
> See:
> http://www.sofadog.net/gallery/WheelBearingPuller
> This beauty has worked for about 4 or 5 wheel bearing replacements on our
> 1986 5000cstq and our 1989 200q Avant.
> It will not win any awards based on appearance, but the price was right. I
> figure I have about $30 invested.
> I will post a picture or two of my crank locking tool after I remember to
> take some.
> HTH,
> Eric Kissell
> 1991 200q 20v Avant, Koni Sports (yellow), 2.4 Bar (MRC), eBay Surprise
> 1989 200q 10v Avant, Boge Turbogas, 1.8 Bar (qlcc) - FOR SALE
> 1986 5000cstq Sedan, Bilsteins, 1.8 Bar (SJM)
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