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Old 04-29-2007, 01:21 PM   #1
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I trashed two three jaw pullers before I rented a late model chrysler tool from Autozone. It is an OEM brand, #27139. I used the longer rod and put a 3/8" drive 3" extension in front of it, made it simple.

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thats usually the one i use and it works great all the time.
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i know i made one that i could bolt onto the balancer...it worked pretty good... its not very much fun on any vehicle though...
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looks like a direct knockoff of the OTC unit that GM uses, prolly works the same, the otc ones are about 50-60 on ebay
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i also used the chrysler tool from autozone, except we turned a little adapter in a lathe to help it fit. does GM make a special puller for these types of balancers?

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Originally Posted by 98RedZone
I trashed two three jaw pullers before I rented a late model chrysler tool from Autozone. It is an OEM brand, #27139. I used the longer rod and put a 3/8" drive 3" extension in front of it, made it simple.

http://i80.photobucket.com/albums/j1...alancer007.jpg
That looks bazarre. How do you use it? I am/have used the 3 jaw puller. I bent one and the other one works well.
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If you mean how does it grab it, click the link to see my MS paint skills.

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I used one I bought from Sears. Worked good the only time I have used it.

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