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  • Fits on most 5, 6 and 8 lug hub assemblies found on cars and trucks.

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I know this isn't for everyone, but anyone wanting an affordable well made hub remover tool these work pretty well. Cheapest according to the camels. Enjoy

https://www.amazon.com/Lisle-4010...B09Y9GTMGF Now $96.81
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NavyScent1626 asked this question on 08-17-2022 at 03:31 AM
08-17-2022 at 07:31 AM
Without knowing how the wheels are attached to your tiller, I would need more info, a parts breakdown would be helpful,

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Looks like a good deal. A few notes - Made in USA and it's also a patent pending design. Secondly, I was reading the Amazon reviews and thought this review was the most helpful for somebody considering one of these tools:

"It really works.

Reviewed in the United States on July 18, 2022

In the north east the roads are covered with all sorts of chemicals to prevent icing. These chemicals and the dissimilar metals (aluminum & steel) of the knuckle and wheel hub assembly causes them to corrode together and form a strong bond. I have had to remove whole knuckles in the past and beat the hub assembly out with a sledge hammer. Not anymore with this beautiful tool from Lisle. I most recently used it on a 2011 Ford Taurus rear hub assembly. The entire bottom of the car was super rusted so I was sure the wheel hub would be stuck. I removed all the fasteners applied the Lisle tool, greased the screw part of the tool, and hit it with my Milwaukee M18 mid torque (another wonderful tool). The assembly got tight and then I tapped the bearing with a hammer. Success, the bearing popped out. Rotate 180 degree and repeat. Bearing fell out. No muss no fuss. Clean up the mounting hole and apply anti seize for the next replacement.

BUY THIS TOOL!!!!"

PS - If you buy this and use it, be sure to liberally GREASE THE SCREW THREADS before first use!
I put the disk brake on backwards and loosely put on the lug nuts. Now you can use the disk break as a poor mans slide hammer.
Is this something you can't just borrow from Oreilly's?

They let you borrow dozens of tools for free. Just recently checked a head gasket with a combustion leak detector, serviced an AC with a manifold gauge and vacuum pump for free. I know they have all sorts of pullers available free to use.

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I wonder if damaging the knuckle is a concern. I would be nervous putting all of that force on a brake caliper ear.
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I question the use of any tool with the offset this one has. I note the instruction state that at least two different point must be used to mount this thing. Nice price, but pass.
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I've always used a gear puller and never had an issue. Not sure of the point of this tool as it's putting pressure at an angle.
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Looks like a good deal. A few notes - Made in USA and it's also a patent pending design. Secondly, I was reading the Amazon reviews and thought this review was the most helpful for somebody considering one of these tools:

"It really works.

Reviewed in the United States on July 18, 2022

In the north east the roads are covered with all sorts of chemicals to prevent icing. These chemicals and the dissimilar metals (aluminum & steel) of the knuckle and wheel hub assembly causes them to corrode together and form a strong bond. I have had to remove whole knuckles in the past and beat the hub assembly out with a sledge hammer. Not anymore with this beautiful tool from Lisle. I most recently used it on a 2011 Ford Taurus rear hub assembly. The entire bottom of the car was super rusted so I was sure the wheel hub would be stuck. I removed all the fasteners applied the Lisle tool, greased the screw part of the tool, and hit it with my Milwaukee M18 mid torque (another wonderful tool). The assembly got tight and then I tapped the bearing with a hammer. Success, the bearing popped out. Rotate 180 degree and repeat. Bearing fell out. No muss no fuss. Clean up the mounting hole and apply anti seize for the next replacement.

BUY THIS TOOL!!!!"

PS - If you buy this and use it, be sure to liberally GREASE THE SCREW THREADS before first use!
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I put the disk brake on backwards and loosely put on the lug nuts. Now you can use the disk break as a poor mans slide hammer.
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mmm.... yea... i could see this working, I just hit it with some rust remover, then a bit of tippy tap tap. and it usually comes.
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Is this something you can't just borrow from Oreilly's?

They let you borrow dozens of tools for free. Just recently checked a head gasket with a combustion leak detector, serviced an AC with a manifold gauge and vacuum pump for free. I know they have all sorts of pullers available free to use.
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Although this seems nice and I'm sure it works, I used a spare bolt and nut to get off a badly seized 2007 4wd 3/4 ton hub off my truck using the "bolt trick" like in this video.

https://youtu.be/7Yk2p5_CxqE
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https://youtu.be/MOMU-Q2nX4o This is what you need.
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Quote from Selman :
Is this something you can't just borrow from Oreilly's?

They let you borrow dozens of tools for free. Just recently checked a head gasket with a combustion leak detector, serviced an AC with a manifold gauge and vacuum pump for free. I know they have all sorts of pullers available free to use.
Yes you can borrow the wheel hub and wheel bearing push kit. Deposit is $400 and will be refunded when the tool is returned.
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Quote from WEVUDO :
https://youtu.be/MOMU-Q2nX4o This is what you need.
Thanks much. I watch South Main a lot and never saw this. It is my next buy.
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This is overpriced. This orion kit is better in that you get different pullers that'll meet your needs and it's cheaper. Slide hammer and a screw type puller that pulls evenly from the center.

Orion Motor Tech 9-Way Slide Hammer Puller Set, Front Wheel Hub Bearing Remover & Rear Wheel Axle Hub Dent Shaft Puller Tool Kit https://a.co/d/6OpUMWK
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Quote from WEVUDO :
https://youtu.be/MOMU-Q2nX4o This is what you need.
Wow nice. I'm in
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