Semi-circular tool that grabs either the groove or shoulder of the hub (depending on style of tool ordered) to free the hub from the axle. Ductile iron. 1928-31 U.S.A.
Wheel studs that secure the hub and drum together. Made just like the originals except the shoulders of these are slightly longer to accommodate the extra thickness of cast iron drums which everyone is using today. If you are going to use these with stamped steel drums, you'll have to machine the length of the shoulder down. MUST be swedged in place using our A-1109-T tool in a hydraulic press. Available individually or in sets of 5. U.S.A.
This handy tool is used for easilly removing the inner and outer wheel bearing races in the front hubs. USA
Works fine on original stamped style hubs but the tool that pulls the inner race needs modified for reproduction hubs. Reproduction cast hubs have a smaller ID which doesn't allow the puller to slip behind the inner race without filing down the O.D.