|Item Weight||1.9 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||7 x 5.8 x 1 inches|
|Item model number||41900|
|Manufacturer Part Number||41900|
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Top Customer Reviews
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!
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.
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Worked flawlessly. Had zero issues witht his puller. Glad I paid a little more for a quality tool.Published 26 days ago by J.D.
Got the job done on C2500 pitman arm and barely caught edge of tie rod ends but worked. The puller they sent me was labeled KD2289. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Fernwood
Worked to break inner tie rod ends from center link on my 69 GTO but did not fit Pitman arm or idler arm (those yielded to a pickle fork).Published 3 months ago by ESP
Broke on the first use without removing the Pitman arm after soaking in in PB Blaster for 2 days. Would not purchase again.Published 4 months ago by Dalton
Had to grind down for a 2004.5 Dodge Ram 2500. Worked great after alteredPublished 4 months ago by dalton