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03-19-2002 12:39:11

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Hi. Ok, If you guys had to get a gear puller all over again what would you get, a 3 jaw or a 2 jaw? Just wonderin. TractorMike

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Tom in Tacoma

03-19-2002 17:23:56

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 Re: Allis Chalmers B in reply to TractorMike, 03-19-2002 12:39:11  
I agree. I have a Craftsman 2 jaw that I made work for everything but a 3 jaw is on my list.

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03-19-2002 15:03:24

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 Re: Allis Chalmers B in reply to TractorMike, 03-19-2002 12:39:11  
One of each. 3 jaws are easier to stay centered on the pulley, but for some applications, only a 2 jaw will fit. Buy a quality tool, not what's in the cheapie bins next to the register at the store. OTC and Craftsman are good tools, and you'll get replacement parts years from now. OTC has starter sets that can be expanded as needs grow and dollars allow.

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Brian G. NY

03-20-2002 06:43:20

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 Re: Re: Allis Chalmers B in reply to JMS/MN, 03-19-2002 15:03:24  
Amen!! I've got quite a few pullers. I don't use them a lot, but when I need one, it's there. Most of my good pullers (OTC, etc.) are used ones I've picked up at garage sales, etc. I've got a couple of the cheapies you describe and I wind up cussin' every time I use them. I have been able to make them a little more user friendly by some careful grinding here and there and installing washers to "tighten" them up. If you've got some years left in you, I would spend the money for the good stuff, it will make those years easier on you!

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