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Apollo 61
Posted 2019-11-15 12:38 AM (#590150)
Subject: Brake drum puller



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Is the brake drum puller for the original rear drums 64 earlier a special Chrysler only tool?
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ABloch
Posted 2019-11-15 1:59 AM (#590152 - in reply to #590150)
Subject: Re: Brake drum puller



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nope. they're around. example

https://www.amazon.com/Cal-Van-Tools-94800-Hub-Puller/dp/B0066PU1PM/...
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brdtee
Posted 2019-11-15 6:28 AM (#590154 - in reply to #590150)
Subject: RE: Brake drum puller



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I got mine with the car, one such was in the trunk :D
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finsruskw
Posted 2019-11-15 9:27 AM (#590159 - in reply to #590150)
Subject: Re: Brake drum puller



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how many of those do you suspect are ChiCom knockoffs??
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big m
Posted 2019-11-15 11:40 AM (#590164 - in reply to #590150)
Subject: Re: Brake drum puller



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Lots of cars used tapered rear axles years ago, early Fords, Nashes, Jeeps, and many others.

Blue Point brand [Snap-On] sold a large hub puller that would work on all of them, being a mechanic in the '70's it was a tool I was required to buy, as we worked on lots of older vehicles. I still have and use the one I bought from the tool truck 40 years ago.

---John
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57chizler
Posted 2019-11-15 12:29 PM (#590167 - in reply to #590150)
Subject: RE: Brake drum puller



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Many here swear by the Fairbanks puller.

http://www.chrysler300club.com/rcmstuff/fairbanks/puller.html
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1960fury
Posted 2019-11-15 3:19 PM (#590172 - in reply to #590167)
Subject: RE: Brake drum puller



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57chizler - 2019-11-15 12:29 PM

Many here swear by the Fairbanks puller.

http://www.chrysler300club.com/rcmstuff/fairbanks/puller.html[/QUOT...

Certainly better than using a conventional puller with only 3 arms!
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Apollo 61
Posted 2019-11-16 10:20 PM (#590255 - in reply to #590172)
Subject: RE: Brake drum puller



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Am I missing it or I what is the price for the Fairbanks puller?
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57desoto
Posted 2019-11-18 6:01 AM (#590312 - in reply to #590255)
Subject: RE: Brake drum puller



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Price isn't shown on that link, but you should contact Les directly for current pricing. His email address and phone numbers are shown. Les told me once that there has only been one time that his puller was returned to him for a refund as having "failed". He suspected it actually worked, but the buyer likely removed the drums, then said it didn't work so he could get his money back. His pullers are super strong.
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71charger_fan
Posted 2019-12-09 9:41 PM (#591368 - in reply to #590150)
Subject: Re: Brake drum puller


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My brake drum puller has come in handy for pushing rust-seized CV axle splines out of hubs.
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