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Motorcycle wheel bearing remover

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cascao

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Made to allow centralized force be applied on bearings while removing.
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This bearing extractor have a conical hole wich expand when conical mandrel is inserted.
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Made this wheel bearing extractor in a rush, so don't be picky with weird saw cuts.
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The goal is to avoid bearing wobble when removing and hub damage.
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External diameter may vary. This one is for 6004 bearings
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Nice job on the tool. I hope you don't mind if I copy it: I need to remove some bearings myself.
 

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now you owe me a spin in your bike
 

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Sure. If get to Brazil, I'll look you up.
 

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I take it that it's driven out from the other side of the wheel. Not pulled from the end or am I missing something here.
 

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I take it that it's driven out from the other side of the wheel. Not pulled from the end or am I missing something here.
Yes, the rod is inserted from the other side just like people usually do with a chisel. But, in ths case bearing is pushed centered.
 

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Hi
Good idea
 
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