Puller & Splitters By Size
- Driving wheel bearings out can be a hair pulling task,especially without damaging an expensive wheel
- This set makes the job almost effortless
- Set works on virtually any size wheel bearing used on motorcycles and ATVs
- Safe and easy
- Will fit most bikes and ATVs
- Set Consists of 7 removers- 25mm, 20mm, 19mm, 17mm, 15mm, 12mm and 10mm & 2 rods to fit all bearing sizes with storage case
- Each remover has a tapered end so part of the remover will slip inside the bearing
- To use you simply put the proper size remover in the bearing, then flip wheel & bearing over so the remover is against the floor, then take the rod tool insert into remover and tap firmly into place(the remover has a slot in it for the rod tool to slide into ) once you have the rod firmly in place simply lift the wheel and bearing off the ground and tap again and the bearing will fall out
- When the remover is against the ground and taped on, it is spread apart tight against the bearing, then when you lift off the ground and tap, it pushes the bearing out of the race
- You will be able to remove bearings in seconds with this tool
4.90/5 Stars out of 72 Reviews
| October 29th, 2018
OK I just received this, went out in my garage and in literally 15 minutes had two totally seized up rusted bearings knocked out! I tried all the other DIY methods and nothing worked. I think I spent more time trying to figure out how to get the first bearing off once out than anything. I knew the ID was 15mm saw that this came with a 15mm insert, when it came I grabbed the one and stuck in in. Perfect fit! <br> It is money well spent and something that will be used again and again.
| September 24th, 2018
Really nice set, great quality.
| September 17th, 2018
I do not like using a hammer to remove wheel bearing but, it worked. I changed the front axle bearings on a 2017 Victory Octane. The process is a bit of a trick to get the tool in the bearing and then flipped over to hammer in place. The tool requires quite a bit of force to wedge into the bearing. I tried my ball-peen hammer first but I found the four lb. hammer to be most effective.
| August 25th, 2018
Haven't used it yet but looks durable
| July 20th, 2018
Used on a Suzuki drz-400s. The rear wheel has 3 bearings and a spacer that made it difficult to use a punch. Believe me I tried. Within 10 minutes of opening this tool up all bearings were out. Note there were no instructions included. However I previously watched a couple U-tube videos on it.
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