Can someone explain/illustrate on how to with a 2 or 3 jaw puller ?
You need the Ford tool or put heavy washer over shaft but undersize gear, and heavy duty puller, Bob
Send me your mailing information and I'll borrow you one of mine to use - you pay the postage.
Put an old valve into the shaft for your puller to push against.
John ; I use this home made puller.
As usual I will be the "rogue ".
WHY do you wish to take the rest apart?
Do you have crack drums?
I have found that the only bushings that truly need replacing are the three that run on the main shaft
The other thing is the triple gear pins.
Rarely do the first and reverse bushings need replacing
And often the old triple gear bushings fit nicely on new pins
And considering the trouble people have had with the new triple gear bushings I like to avoid trouble
Thanks for the replys.Steve , thank you for your offer--- might take you up on it.Les, I know I have some loose rivets on the brake drum and want to make sure the rest is ok.
John, I've never had a problem removing with a 2 jaw, I just ran some wire around the legs to be my 3rd hand and sit a socket on the shaft.
I don't know where in LA you are, I am in Camarillo. You can stop by and use mine if you want. I will be home all weekend, I am stuck on call working at home.
Definitely a good reason!!!
Trying to tighten rivets is fools game
They will have to be replaced