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Gimbal Bearing Puller Tool for Mercruiser OMC Volvo
This Gimbal Bearing Puller Tool will remove bearings on Mercruisers, OMC and Volvo Cobra Bell Housings.Works on Mercruiser Alpha, Alpha 1, MR, Bravo, OMC Cobra, and Volvo.Tool is made from high quality 1045 Steel.Made in the United States.The Steel is purchased locally from an American Supplier in Chicago.The Black Oxide Coating is done by a company in Chicago.The CNC Machining is done in our own shop in Chicago.***A higher quality tool than the competition***
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2 of 2 found the following review helpful:
Good tool with limitsJun 23, 2012
By Roy N Morioka
The tool is a replication of one made by Mallory and priced right. However,along with price comes the absence of a thrust bearing and instructions on how to use. Assumes that most will have watched the Mallory YouTube video. Written instructions with diagrams would be a plus. Additionally, this is a great tool when water especially saltwater has NOT entered the bellows and severely corroded the gimbal bearing and fused it to the gimbal housing. A 10# slide hammer with violent smashes was needed to pull the bearing free in my case.
2 of 3 found the following review helpful:
very combative unwilling to fix problemSep 01, 2011
i bought a tool from this company to replace a damaged tool the exact replacement parts of the tool was defective so i used parts of two tools to get the job done when a part broke i tried to get in touch with this company so i could get replacement parts for the tool this company has no phone # and emails are rood they hide behind internet and feel like they dont have to deal with customers on one to one on phone would not recomend to any one
This tool an absolute MUSTJan 13, 2013
By Randy Nielsen
I owned a small marine repair shop for about 10 yrs & we were using a slide hammer to remove gimble bearings. I felt I could'nt justify the cost of mercs version of this tool. I'm glad I found this one here, for the price this tool is worth it's weight in gold. I can't imagine pulling a gimble bearing without it! Twin engine boat, r&r both bearings 30 minutes if that. Thanks