Harley Davidson Camshaft Needle Bearing Remover & Installer Milwaukee Eight (M8) Installation tools
- Replace the camshaft inner needle bearing in the Milwaukee Eight engines.
- Included in your order: Plate, Collet & Driver, T-Pin and 4 screws.
- This set comes with our "T" pin for easier insertion and removal from the collet!
Black Oxide finish for years of use.
Made in the USA
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This does the job just as well as the competitions but for $300+ less! Extremely satisfied and will look at mbs before that same competing company! Yes, I highly recommend.
The product worked great, probably never need it again. Simple to use. The only suggestion would be to mark which side faces out. Just took a few minutes to figure out. Does everything more expensive tools do.
Worked as advertised.
Overall this is a very solid piece. One complaint I did have was in regards to the wrench flats on the collet. This tool would be better served if it either had a hex or if the flats were machined with more surface area. A standard combination wrench barely gets a full bite and there is quite a bit of torque that needs to be transferred. A larger adjustable wrench was not fully contacting the flats. Other than that there is no indication that this tool won't serve me well for years to come.
Absolutely a great tool for a great price. Step by step instructions make it clear and easy. Great addition to my toolbox.
What can I say? Worked perfectly. Lined up well, simple to use and $75 cheaper than conpetitors' versions. It was a no brainier and after using will recommend to others.
Solid piece. Feels well made. Particularly valuable for low volume shops or DIY mechanics. I only have small concerns regarding the tool. The included knobs feel less sturdy than the rest of the tool. Maybe bigger knobs? The slide in T piece could use a stop to prevent it from coming in contact with the flywheel when pushed in. I doubt it would ever cause an issue but the potential is there. Along with that if the T portion was a bit wider it would be easier to grab and therefore easier to pull back out. I'd like to see a second rib on the collect so the bearing sits between the 2 ribs. That way a person would positively know when the tool was in the correct position. Perhaps a coloured ring around the collet indicating when the bearing should be located in the right position during install. There is a possibility that a person could over tighten the tool and potentially harm the case. Anybody with any experience would feel the increased resistance and stop. Some form of indicating mark would at least instruct an installer that he should be looking at the bearing to ensure it isn't binding. A set of stamped marks indicating 'out' or 'up' would be helpful. It's all intuitive but if this tool is being marketed to the DIY crowd, little changes like these would help with eliminating potential errors. All small things. The tool is an excellent value and is certainly a good piece to have in one's tool box. With a little extra tooling I can't see why this piece couldn't be designed to install both M8 and TC cams. Just a thought.
I own AREA 51 customs up here in Canada and it is so refreshing to see a tool of this quality offered at a price that I don't have to do the first 4 cam jobs just to cover the cost ......great stuff cheers
The service is excellent and the M8 puller/installer was least expensive with no shipping. Can't beat this when you got everything but the tool to get going. I will be watching for deals from MBS routinely.