nick at beol.net
Fri Sep 29 16:53:52 EDT 2006
Not having an official puller I made one. Two 3" long metal legs with a
slight leg bent out on the end. Brazed the other ends on a nut, long bolt
thru the nut and between the legs. The bolt hold the legs apart and then
pushes on the crank and out it comes!
On Fri, 29 Sep 2006 16:21:26 -0400, Kneale Brownson <kneale at coslink.net>
> Finally, after virtual hours (spread over several days) of struggling
> this process, I managed to pull the pilot bearing from the 200q20v avant
> I've been fighting to replace the throwout bearing/clutch/rear main seal,
> etc. No wonder the "hydraulic plunge with wheel bearing grease"
> drive it out. In this pix:
> the one I pulled is on the left. It has no "bottom". Very little
> for the hydraulic plunger system to work on. The replacement has a
> "bottom" with a tiny hole in it. My original "pilot bearing puller"
> wouldn't reach far enough inside to hook on the back lip. The front lip
> just distorted. I ended up getting another puller with longer legs that
> would reach the inner lip, but only after I ground a sharp ledge into the
> legs. Were all OEM pilot bearings the bottomless type?
I don't think I have ever seen one with an end.
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