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  • #27057
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    ChrisM
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    There is a few different balancer pullers out there, What have you got and what have you found that works the best.

    #27061
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    I borrowed one like the top one when I first did mine.  With the latest tear down I just used a regular 3 jaw puller.

    #27062
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    Getting the sucker off is only half the problem, re-installing can be just as much fun.

    #27065
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    Gary, I thought about buying one like the top one but wont use it enough. So I think I will buy one like the second one. I thought i would start a review thread because I have used shit pullers before that have snapped.

    #27066
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    Immortality I’m not looking forward  to getting it back on

    #27074
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    I found slow and steady won the race refitting it.

    #27081
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    yeah i was slowly, i have seen a balancer install tool, not sure some of them would be like.

     

     

    #27084
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    You can’t have too many special tools, especially if you have built them yourself :good:

    #27089
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    Yeah that is true. Nothing better than a home made tool

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