|15/09/2004 08:25:57||paul||Hi there
anyone know of a hub puller that can be bought to work on a 96, all the ones ive found are too small to get on the wheel mounting bolts...
|15/09/2004 11:52:37||Alistair||My preferred hub puller was always a 4lb lump hammer and lots of brute strength & ignorance. I do have an old "3-claw" type puller that hooks behind the drum or hub - came from Halfrauds I expect.|
|15/09/2004 12:32:52||Richard||If you are a bit handy make one. The Saab item fits the stud holes. It has a top hat section that is threaded to take a large screw that tapers to fit the centre of the axle. You turn the screw with a spanner towards the axle which pulls the drum off via the stud bolts.
Also try fitting the wheel and pulling on that. Remember to back the shoes off!
Did you make that one of yours i've used?
|23/09/2004 12:18:38||Richard||One is a Saab one the other is a made up item, dont know which is up here and which is at the farm.|
|23/09/2004 13:40:22||ian f||I was given a home-made puller made from the centre part of a V4 steel wheel. From memory, slots have been cut into the raised section of the wheel centre allowing a conventional 3-legged puller to be attached. It sounds a bit Heath Robinsonish, but it does work!
If anyone is interested in some pics, let me know & I'll try to recover the 'puller' from the shed and post some photos.