THIS LISTING IS FOR EVERYTHING PICTURED! Set of Inner Cam Bearing Puller and Installation Tools Compatible for Twin Cam and Dyna models. Compatible for all TC88s that use the B148 bearings. This set will remove and install the inner cam bearings on older model Twin Cams and Dyna Harleys. We also have new Torrington-Koyo B-148 bearings available in our store under the Harley Davidson section! The set includes 0,875 " collet. The design of the collet is Improved. The design sold by others has the whole back of the collet threaded with two slots cut into the threads for turning a wrench on. It's simple, it's cheap, and it's bad. Use that design once or twice, and you may damage the threads where the wrench makes contact, requiring you to now clean up those threads before you can even get the nut off the collet and use it again. We've worked around this issue by moving the threads up on the collet to allow for a more controlled grip and protection of threads. We've also completely redesigned the installer plate, zeroing in on the correct hole placement by taking apart an engine and putting it on a digital drafting table to get the precise placement of all of the important dimensions. This set comes with our "T" pin for easier insertion and removal from the collet! But the BIGGEST improvement of this set is in what is NOT there. We have completely reworked how the process of pulling and installing the bearings works - we've made it easier, faster, and better. Instead of using a sleeve, nut, and washer with the collet to pull the bearings, the collet is threaded through the plate, and is inserted into the bearing. Once you hear the "click" of the collet passing the bearing on the inside, simply insert our "T" pin for a secure lock, and begin to pull the bearing! Once the bearing is out, you are ready to insert the new bearing in right away! Instead of using the installer plate with a bolt and a driver, we've made the collet from the puller into the bolt. The driver attaches on top of the collet, and the "T" pin is used to lock it all in place. This can be done immediately after pulling the old bearing, with it still hanging on the collet. Once done with the installation of the new bearing, take out the "T" pin, remove the driver, unscrew the collet from the plate, and switch sides to repeat the process. Plus, with our window modification, you get to see the whole process and get it done right! This set includes our Patent Pending window modification to the installer plate. You paid too much for the bike and the tools to end up cracking the engine case because you can't see the bearing! With the redesign, you will never again have to squint through a tiny hole with a flash light! This set includes our Patent Pending use design - no one else on the market has a tool quite like this (or at this price!) Instructions are available for this set, please send us an email if you would like to get a copy of the instructions emailed! 100% Made in the United States. ***Tool Comes with Black Oxide Coating For Years of Use*** ***A higher quality tool than the competition***
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Tool works great for pulling and installing inner cam bearings.
I haven't used the tool yet. I just got it today. Looks like it will do the job. It is very well made.
The Puller looked good and pulled the inner Cam Bearings out no problem, However when I went to install the new Bearings about half way in 2 of the metal fingers splayed out and did not push the Bering into the hole. so dissapointed about that. I had a think about the problem and came up with a solution which worked. I straightend out the metal fingers and slid an old bearing back over the metal slotsof the fingers and tryed to push the Bearings into the Hole ,This time it worked great. So leave one one of the Bearings you pulled out over the metal fingers of the Tool and it will work well.
The tool worked great; if usage instructions had been included it would be even better. I had to figure out on my own to leave the pulled bearing on the collet when installing the new one - if you don't, the jaws will spread potentially breaking the tool.