1978 - Volume #2, Issue #5, Page #29[ Sample Stories From This Issue | List of All Stories In This Issue | Print this story | Read this issue]
New-Style Gear Bearing Puller
The jaws can be spread from 1 to 15 in, apart by sliding the cage back and forth. They're clamped onto the bearing or gear by tightening the t-bar, chrhich moves the cage. Once clamped into place, the Posi Lock will not tip or fall off during the pulling operation, according to Ray-Mac, even when the center pin is struck with a hammer.
The Posi Lock will even grip the ball groove of a ball bearing race, eliminating the need to cut the race from the shaft. It can be used with the jaws clamped to three pull bolts provided on some sheaves and gears.
Since the jaws on the Posi Lock clamp down on whatever is being pulled, the pulley can be used by one person.
Sells for approximately $90.
For more information, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Ray-Mac, Inc., Gwinner, N. Dak. 58040 (ph 701 678-2452).
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