Bicycle Mechanics - better bearing puller?
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10-01-06, 10:10 AM
hello. I have one of the united bearing pullers (picture below), but it's cheap and doesn't work to good. it always pops out without the bearing. I don't mind spending more money on a tool, I just want something that works. what else is out there? I looked at the park website but they don't have anything.
10-01-06, 10:22 AM
Gravity works as well.
10-01-06, 11:05 AM
Bike Tools Etc. sells bearing pullers for hubs, etc. in various models from about $20 to $170. Look here:
You can also get bearing pullers from auto parts and industrial supply shops (Granger, McMaster-Carr, and similar) at a variety of prices too.
10-01-06, 11:11 AM
Bicycle research makes an exellent bearing remover sold by United Bicycle Tool. Cal-van tools also makes a nice slide hammer type unit.
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