|Item Weight||2.3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||6.3 x 5 x 2.6 inches|
|Item model number||MTN9001|
|Manufacturer Part Number||MTN9001|
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PILOT BEARING PULLER
|Price:||$21.80 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
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This worked great but I ran out of thread before the entire bearing came out. I just loosened it up and added a couple of pieces of 3/4 plywood under the "legs" which gave me enough thread to pull it out all the way. I don't see how you can beat it for the price. It seems well made. As others have commented, the newer version comes with a nut instead of a wingnut like the one in the picture - I would think that would be a great improvement; I doubt I could have turned that wingnut with my bear hands very easily or at all.
Can't go wrong with this item.
The wing nut in the picture has been replaced with a standard hex nut, which is fine.
The t-handle has been replaced with a standard hex shaft, which is probable better.
The legs are too short. I needed to reinstall the flywheel to completely remove the pilot bearing.
I have no issues with durability. It should last a long time.
This tool works fine, but there are better pullers out there.
EDIT: I ended up using a slide hammer with puller attachment.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
used it twice now, works pretty good, better than bread or grease method for sure, should hold up for many usesPublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Worked like a charm pulling the pilot bearing out of my jeep 4.2 liter engine. Appears to be quality product.Published 3 months ago by Who Knows
Ha a pilot bearing that was very tight. This did work, and a little trick is, tighten up til you feel the lugs lock onto the bearing. Read morePublished 6 months ago by david oakley
Liked the price and made in USA... But the forcing screw end broke on the first use. Had to use the bread trick to extract my pilot bearingPublished 12 months ago by David Schmidt
Needed modification to round the corners on the puller teeth. A basic grinder worked fine. Otherwise, it worked great.Published 12 months ago by Sean Tracey
my puller came with a nut rather than the pictured wing nut and it was a bear to loosen at first - had to put the thing in a vise. After that, it did the job just finePublished 12 months ago by Michael J. Hartmann
It took a little grinding to get the puller to grab the pilot bearing in my 1987 4Runner, but it pulled the bearing out easily on the second try. The price was very reasonable. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Jeff McGill