Engine Alignment Bar Tool for MerCruiser Sterndrives including: Pre-Alpha "R", Alpha One "MR", Generation II, all Bravo models. This Tool is similar to MerCruiser P/N 91-805475A1 which used to be P/N 91-57797A3. As well as: Volvo SX P/N 3851083 and OMC Comba P/N 18-4442 Tool is made from high quality 1045 Steel. Gimbal Bearing Puller Tool Will remove bearings on Mercruisers, OMC and Volvo Cobra Bell Housings. Works on Mercruiser Alpha, Alpha 1, MR, Bravo, OMC Cobra, and Volvo. Tool is made from high quality 1045 Steel, not a casting! Gimbal Bearing Installation Tool. This tool will work for OMC Cobras, Bravos, #1 Drives made from 1966 to Current makes, including the Pre Alpha(R), Alpha 1 ?MR? and Generation 2. We have directions on where to drill the hole in the alignment tool for correct lineup. We cannot pre-drill these as different manufacturers make the mounts in different places. Please send us a message and we will email it at your request. ***Tool Comes with Black Oxide Coating For Years of Use*** The Steel is purchased locally from an American Supplier in Chicago. The CNC Machining is done in our own shop in Chicago. The eyebolt is purchased from a local company in Chicago. The Box you will receive it in is made in the United States. We have instructions on how to use the tool! Please send us a message and we will email it at your request.
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The tool worked exactly like advertised. The only complaint is like everyone else, a pre-drilled hole or set of holes would be nice. Had to have a friend with a shop drill the hole for me.
Tools worked great on my 2005 Volvo Penta DPS. They are high quality and worked as described. I had mine drilled at a local shop. Recommend watching the video of setting it up to service your gimbal bearing. I would definitely buy from MBS again.
The Gimbal remover is a phenomenal tool. It's one of those well-conceived devices that you can use for the first-time, and it works exactly as advertised. I was giddy at how easily my B3 gimbal bearing came out.
I know that the Description states that the installer took requires drilling. But it does not tell you that you need to drill through a 1.5" diameter steel rod. Not many "shade tree mechanics" have that capability. Plan on visiting a machine shop once you make your measurements.
To the folks at MBS, why not offer a few pre-drilled options?
I hate trying to do mechanics because i never have the right tools. Well this is the right tool. Setting up the gimble bearing installer was simple and according to instructions. The gimble puller worked great. I was almost able to pull the gimble without having to use a wrench to rotate the tool. Pulled gimble bearing in approx. 5 min. No yanking your arm off, no cussing, no fussing. Well worth the money.
This works great! ....everything you need to remove and install a gimball bearing correctly besides a few hand tools... .the only improvement would be if the alignment shaft could be ordered predrilled to the correct length for the installation collar...