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Unread 10-12-2004, 09:00 PM   #1
jeepdaddy2000
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Cheap spindle puller

Weld a spindle nut to an old spindle wrench. Then weld a nut over the ratchet hole. Run a long bolt through the nut. To use, simply spin the spindle nut on the spindle till it bottoms. run the bolt in till it contacts the stub axle. Continue to turn the bolt and it will pull the spindle off. If it acts like it won't come, smack the bolt lightly with a hammer. This simple tool makes servicing the spindle bearings on a D30/44 open knuckle front axles a snap.

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