|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||11 x 5.2 x 2.8 inches|
|Item model number||3916D|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number of Handles||1|
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GearWrench introduced the original patented five-degree ratcheting wrench in 1996 and quickly became a go-to brand for professional automotive technicians. The innovation didn't stop there. Year after year, the GearWrench brand continues to expand its line-in ratcheting tools and beyond-to help automotive and industrial technicians get their jobs done faster and easier. Having the right tool for the job is critical and technicians working in cramped spaces understand better than anyone the power of this simple statement. This wide range is the backbone that gives GearWrench its reputation for unprecedented speed, strength and access. The result is increased productivity for those who keep GearWrench tools in their box.
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The tool is much better than trying to hammer it out, even old ones you are going to reuse.
I fully expected this thing to break as soon as I started to put pressure on it turning the bolt, but to my delight, it squeezed the old studs out fairly effortlessly.
The new studs were EXTREMELY tight in the hub as they were a few thousands oversize, but this tool did the job and pushed them in snug even though I had to REALLY use a long breaker bar on the tightening bolt... I was waiting for this thing to "snap" in two when applying all that pressure, but it worked perfectly. I don't think I would have got those studs in with the old "lug-nut pulling " method without destroying the threads !
Money well spent to make the job easy !
Compared to the old claw-type separators this has some big advantages. The screw does not bear against the top of the ball joint stud, so it doesn't deform it. The design gives you a LOT of leverage so you don't have to apply that much torque to the screw to get results. I figure I put 75 ft-lbf on it at the most when separating a stubborn joint (about the torque to tighten a lug nut).
Wish I had bought one of these many years ago!
1 of 2 ball joints were separated (wasn't easy), the other i had to use unconventional means for. The tool just doesn't open up wide enough and it likes to slide off of the surfaces as you wrench on the tool's bolt.
The actual build quality is pretty good for the tool.