USE/CARE OF HANDTOOLS & MEASURING TOOLS - OD1621 - LESSON 2/TASK 1
BEARING, BUSHING, AND GEAR PULLERS.
(b) Universal Bearing and Bushing Puller.
The universal bearing
and bushing puller (figure 66) has a pulling capacity of 1 1/4 inches. The
larger jaws are designed to remove bronze or oilite bushings without
The small jaws will pull clutch pilot bearings.
puller consists of a U-shaped body, a jaw holder, two jaw pins, and a
pressure screw with slide bar.
(c) Bearing Puller, Electrical Units. This type of bearing puller
(figure 66) is designed to pull bearings from the shafts of electrical
It is supplied with plates to fit a variety of unit constructions
and to fit behind the particular shaft bearings, etc.
(d) Battery Terminal and Small Gear Puller. The battery terminal
and small gear puller (figure 66) is of the screw type and is capable of use
Besides pulling battery terminals, it is used to pull
small gears, bearings, etc.
(e) Steering Gear Arm Puller.
The steering gear arm or Pitman arm
puller (figure 66) can also