USE/CARE OF HANDTOOLS & MEASURING TOOLS - OD1621 - LESSON 2/TASK 1
(c) Pulling Bevel Gear Pinion Shaft.
Figure 74 illustrates the
use of the bearing pulling attachment and a pair of forcing bolts to remove
a bevel gear pinion shaft from a transmission case. The forcing bolts bear
against the case and force the pinion shaft out.
Tighten the bolts
alternately to obtain a uniform even pull to prevent cocking.
PULLING BEVEL GEAR PINION SHAFT.
(d) Pulling Bearing. In figure 75 on the following page a roller
bearing assembly is being removed from a transmission shaft assembly with a
combination of the bearing pulling attachment and the push and pull puller.
(4) Steering Wheel Puller. The steering wheel puller set (figure 76
on the following page) can be used on all cars and trucks. The yoke puller
and its related parts are used to pull the newer models, since they have
tapped wheel hubs. The fork puller and its related parts are used on older
models. The pressure screw in the frame puller is threaded over its entire
length and works through a key.
The narrow fork has rubber sleeves to
protect the steering column. Adapters protect the shaft