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Hot!6-speed Manual Transmission Bearing and Gear Pullers

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2021/07/06 19:47:31 (permalink)
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6-speed Manual Transmission Bearing and Gear Pullers

I'm wanting to overhaul a C60 box. This YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rL7Od4bM_Rk post lists a puller sets that available overseas. Does anyone know where I can get bearing and gear in Australia?
 
post edited by Grechy! - 2021/07/07 21:50:11
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    Re: 6-speed Manual Transmission Bearing and Gear Pullers 2021/07/08 08:10:33 (permalink)
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    Whatever pullers you try to use, make absolutely sure they don't put ANY pressure on the gear teeth.
    I use specially shaped (split and ground) washers and puller attachments made from spring steel.
    I then fasten the hydraulic puller via those.
    Think where the loads are going to be transmitted before applying pressure.
    Same with reassembly.
    Any half decent bearing service will have a range of pullers but it's getting it fastened on to the component without placing destructive pressure on that and other in line parts that needs thought.
    Eg. Hitting out wheel studs with a hammer. Force of hammer is transmitted straight to the poor unfortunate wheel bearing !!!
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    Re: 6-speed Manual Transmission Bearing and Gear Pullers 2021/07/08 21:31:11 (permalink)
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    Re: 6-speed Manual Transmission Bearing and Gear Pullers 2021/07/10 05:09:50 (permalink)
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    Echoing Falcons comments - the advice is golden...
    Take your time, if this is not something you do regularly or trained to do, there are tiny differences that are not shown well in videos that lead to disaster costs such as the puller positioning as said above.
    You can buy these tools from tool shops like total tools, Sydney tools, bearing shops and various others, be prepared for $$$ costs in tools.
    Buying from eBay Amazon etc of unbranded tools at half or a quarter of the usual cost in my experience was too often disaster tools ~ they are good for a one off use or worse. Some people have had success, I have learnt the hard way. I have since bought brand name tools from local tool shops or take to mechanics / specialist with proper tools to do it right first time to do those bits that need the tools.

    What city / state are you in?
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    Re: 6-speed Manual Transmission Bearing and Gear Pullers 2021/07/10 13:00:14 (permalink)
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    Thanks for the information. Brisbane, Queensland
    post edited by Grechy! - 2021/07/10 13:08:01
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