Welcome Guest - Sign Up today
Welcome Guest - Sign Up today

Announcement

Collapse

Help Tip: If you have a question that has not been answered to your satisfaction in the archives, it is always best to start a new thread of your own. By starting your own thread, you will receive the maximum number of views by forum members.

Please note this topic has been inactive for 90 days. For the best results, please start a new topic.

Thank you all in advance for doing your part in helping iboats run a smooth ship.

Additional forum rules linked below.
http://forums.iboats.com/forum-rules-guidelines-405/
See more
See less

Homemade gimbal bearing puller

Collapse
This topic is closed.
X
X
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • Homemade gimbal bearing puller

    I would like to show you my homemade gimbal bearing puller. The thread under "sticky" is closed, so I'm starting this new thread.

    It is made of flat metal bar, two long pieces with two short pieces TIG welded perpendicular on the ends. The long pieces serves as "spring-arms". On the other end, two nuts are welded on, to holdt the tool together and to have something to pull by.

    Prior to installation, the "spring-arms" are pressed together and the little grey "hook" is installed, to hold them together.

    The tool is then put through the hole in the bearing and the tension is released by prying the "hook" off, with a screwdriver or similar. If the tool is not inserted deep enough, so the small pieces at the ends, are behind the bearing, it is pushed further in, until it says "click"

    Then you can start pulling, by turning the bolt.
    Attached Files
    If you can't fix it, don't break it.

    http://www.youtube.com/user/HorizonblueDK

    Boats:
    Draco 1700 Topless, Volvo Penta AQ170(B30), 280 outdrive
    Draco 1800 Suntop, Volvo Penta 430(4.3 V6), SX outdrive
    Draco 2500 Flyfish, overhaul project, 3000 hours of work and counting........

    P.G. Andersen
Working...
X