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Lisle 41900 Pitman Arm Puller

by Lisle
4.1 out of 5 stars 57 customer reviews
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  • Designed to work on even the most stubborn Pitman arm pulling jobs
  • Position puller jaws over Pitman arm and turn center screw to free Pitman arm
  • Puller body is drop-forged and heat-treated for strength
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Product Information

Technical Details

Brand Lisle
Item Weight 1.9 pounds
Product Dimensions 7 x 5.8 x 1 inches
Item model number 41900
Exterior Smooth
Manufacturer Part Number 41900

Additional Information

ASIN B0009OR91K
Customer Reviews
4.1 out of 5 stars 57 customer reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #58,551 in Automotive (See top 100)
#8 in Automotive > Tools & Equipment > Pullers > Special Application Pullers
Shipping Weight 1.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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Date First Available July 7, 2004

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Product Description

Pitman Arm Puller is a heavy duty puller, that works on most cars and trucks.

Customer Reviews

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Verified Purchase
I have a 1995 s10 with the steering box leaking at the pit arm shaft, So, I need a good puller, and I'm glad that I spent the extra money and bought Lisle. I also went buy the recommendations of others on amazon for this puller. I look at the cheaper pit pullers @ harbor freight and auto store for 15 bucks, and they don't look has thick has the Lisle. It took a 33mm socket for the nut if anyone needs to know, I already had a craftsman 1/2 in drive breaker bar and it held up well,( I don't think a cheap breaker bar will hold up) and I to use a 4 ft. long pipe on the breaker bar and along with blaster on the nut and pit arm. Well the nut was the hardest thing to get off. I applied a little grease to open end of the pit arm shaft to help the Lisle turn easier. The pit arm came off easy for me.
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I purchased this to change the steering damper on a 1999 TJ Wrangler. It does everything you would expect. Looks & feels nicely made.

The threaded bold has a sharp protrusion that you can just see in the picture... it really helped keeping things square until it popped.

I had to really lean on this to pop the joint. There was a loud bang when it went.

The bolt showed no sign of wear after this.

Should last for years!
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Used this to remove the pitman arm off a steering box for a 1970 Chevelle and it worked like butter!
Within removing the tool from the packaging to the time it broke the arm free from the splined spindle, was maybe 30 seconds.
Previous to this, I tried using a cheap adjustable puller for a half hour while waiting for this unit to arrive. All that ended up in was a bent puller and frustration. Do yourself a favor and invest in to right tool to do the job.
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I used this for the first time pulling the pitman arm off of my 1/2 ton Silverado. I made sure to beat around the outside of the arm with a hammer to try to break the rust up and then sprayed some Blaster on it and let it soak in. Just to make things work a bit easier, I put some grease on the threads of the puller and between the end of the bolt and the shaft on my steering box. I cranked down on the tool with my impact and the arm popped off pretty quickly. I did notice though that the end of the bolt on the puller mushroomed over quite a bit even though it's hardened. I guess I shouldn't have had such high hopes for the tool, but I've used other products from Lisle and they seemed to be made better.
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I had to remove my car's entire hub assembly and replace with a salvaged hub assembly. I found out that removing the tie rod screw from the hub knuckle is a real bear. I initially tried a Harbor Freight adjustable extraction tool and it broke (long story). Luckily, I ordered this prior to the HF tool from Amazon Marketplace and received it in just a couple days via USPS.

The tool was amazingly easy to use... just place bottom over knuckle and use a 3/8 or 1/2 ratchet and a (11 mm?) socket and the fine threading on middle screw slowly pushes the tie rod bolt out of knuckle. If you've never done this before, and you try to do it without this specialized tool then trust me, it's not easy to do unless you're willing to trash the tie rod end (for example, with a pickle fork). Remember, though, if you damage the tie rod, not only is it another approx. $20 - $50, but reinstalling tie rod could lead to the need for an alignment.

A long story short, I highly recommend a Pitman Arm Puller for tie rod removal and I highly recommend this Lisle as an excellent example of a "professional quality" Pitman tool.
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It worked awesome for the 8.50$ I paid for it, I used it on my pickup and used it on my brother-in-laws squeeze, used a 1/2in snapon ratchet on it till it was really tight! Beat on it with a hammer, heated it with a torch till it was red with heat, beat on it some more, cranked it tighter, beat on it, cranked it tighter, heated it up again. WOW, for what I paid for it I expected it to spread and bust, but awesome for the money!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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I purchased this to remove both outer tie-rod ends from my 05 trailblazer, worked out perfectly. It helped the job go very smoothly. Quality of this tool is great, I highly recommend it.
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Very effective puller. Is not flimsy or cheap feeling in any way. Well worth the 20 that was spent on it.
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