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 Pulling the rear Drums, Looking for a puller
Bill Brown
Posted: Mar 6 2012, 02:14 PM


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I am looking for an original C-319 puller (see the poto below from the shop manual) or advice as to another type of puller that can be safely used.

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ba25
Posted: Mar 6 2012, 05:28 PM


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Bill
anything like this puller with 3-4 legs, bolted to studs will work just fine for you

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1949 CJ2A
1951 M38 / 1952 M100 Trailer
1962 CJ5 (1/2 top & snow plow)
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F Bill
Posted: Mar 6 2012, 07:08 PM


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http://z4.invisionfree.com/CJ3B_Bulletin_B...?showtopic=2896

Are your drums this type? I think they are outboard mounted and you shouldn't have to use a hub puller....????


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60 convertible 17052 has a V6 and 4WD
60 Surrey 17509 went thru Katrina and looks it.
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Bill Brown
Posted: Mar 8 2012, 04:21 PM


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Yes my drums are outboard mounted but when restoring my Surrey initially we managed to destroy a drum (bent badly) trying to release the drum from the hub. My guys did finally get it off using a puller but I didn't see what they used. I thought I'd better start looking now for the proper puller rather than wait until I NEED to pull the rear drums/hubs.

Thanks for the photo of the 4 arm puller I will start looking for one.
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colin
Posted: Mar 28 2012, 09:15 PM


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Bill-
The tool that Bruce sent you a photo of is a Ken Tool T500L and it should work for you just fine. On another note, Derek sent me an email from a TV Production Assistant, Brandy Maruschak, on the TV show Burn Notice, who needs a Surrey in Florida, in the Miami area. She needs the Surrey next week for a couple of days. I called her and also sent her photos of your Surrey. In the email I sent her, I also sent it to you for a response. I hope you have your Surrey back on the road by now and might be able to help her out. This would be a great PR boost for the Surreys. Her contact info is in the email I sent you earlier this evening.

Go for it!!

Colin
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Don
Posted: Mar 31 2012, 08:09 AM


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QUOTE (Bill Brown @ Mar 8 2012, 05:21 PM)
Yes my drums are outboard mounted but when restoring my Surrey initially we managed to destroy a drum (bent badly) trying to release the drum from the hub. My guys did finally get it off using a puller but I didn't see what they used. I thought I'd better start looking now for the proper puller rather than wait until I NEED to pull the rear drums/hubs.

Thanks for the photo of the 4 arm puller I will start looking for one.

A lot of the chain auto supply places will "loan" special tools , deposit required.

Advance Auto Co., etc,


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