E50 Bearing Puller

Anyone got a link to a good one?

Thank you

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Probably Fred /

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Have you had any luck with the 3 claw type like this?

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0002KO0DQ/

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i have the harbor freight one, (use the coupon) works good. Just add a little grease and a small washer to the tip so it don't mash your crank threads.

the 3 jaw you pictured will not work.

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This puller set is the one I got from Puchshop. It is the perfect tool and makes the job of removing all bearings on an E50 effortless.

Maybe you can find the same set stateside.

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Another vote for the Harbor Freight one. Perfect for bearings and I used it to get a pedal crank off once. Def not the three-jaw one. It isn't thin enough.

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Beware with 3 jaw pullers you can damage the thread on cranks

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Dirty30 Dillon /

Yeah, 3-jaw puller is pretty useless for splitting bearings. Get the HF/Amazon bearing splitter set

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I just replaced the bearings and seals in an E50 two weeks ago. I used a 3 jaw puller and made it work. I did it without a flywheel or a clutch puller also.

Also didnt damage any crank threads! And the engine runs great now.

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> Taylor King Wrote:

> -------------------------------------------------------

> I just replaced the bearings and seals in an E50 two weeks ago. I used a

> 3 jaw puller and made it work. I did it without a flywheel or a clutch

> puller also.

>

> Also didnt damage any crank threads! And the engine runs great now.

It's still not a great idea to use a 3 jaw puller. Like you can sort of use a screwdriver as a hammer in a pinch, but that doesn't mean it's always going to work or that you don't need to buy a hammer.

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Pushrod Fifty /

Harbor Freight wedge puller set has two different sizes for pulling bearings that are right up against the crank. Not sire of the price but I paid $55 a few years back.

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